Duality for Modal -Logics

  title={Duality for Modal -Logics},
  author={Chrysa s Hartonas},
  • Chrysa s Hartonas
  • Published 1998
The modal-calculi are extensions of propositional modal logics with least and greatest xpoint operators. They have signiicant expressive power, being capable to encode properly temporal notions alien to standard modal systems. We focus here on Kozen's 20]-calculi, both nitary and innnitary. Based on an extension of the classical modal duality to the case of positive modal algebras that we present, we prove a Stone-type duality for positive modal-calculi which specializes to a duality for the… CONTINUE READING


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