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Formal semantics and logic

  title={Formal semantics and logic},
  author={Van Fraassen and C Bastiaan},
ion Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz Aleph null Algorithm Beth duplication Euclidean reversing Alphabetic variant Alphabetical order Anderson, Alan R. Aristotle Assignment Assignment function Axiom of Choice Banks, P. Becker, Oskar Belnap, Jr., Nuel D. Beth, Evert W. Bivalence Birkhoff, Garrett Bochenski, Innocentius M. Boolean algebra Bound variable Branch 

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