Expressing additives using multiplicatives and subexponentials

  title={Expressing additives using multiplicatives and subexponentials},
  author={Kaustuv Chaudhuri},
  journal={Mathematical Structures in Computer Science},
  pages={651 - 666}
  • Kaustuv Chaudhuri
  • Published 21 November 2016
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematical Structures in Computer Science
Subexponential logic is a variant of linear logic with a family of exponential connectives – called subexponentials – that are indexed and arranged in a pre-order. Each subexponential has or lacks associated structural properties of weakening and contraction. We show that a classical propositional multiplicative subexponential logic (MSEL) with one unrestricted and two linear subexponentials can encode the halting problem for two register Minsky machines, and is hence undecidable. We then show… 
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