Resource Graphs and Countermodels in Resource Logics

@article{Galmiche2005ResourceGA,
  title={Resource Graphs and Countermodels in Resource Logics},
  author={Didier Galmiche and Daniel M{\'e}ry},
  journal={Electr. Notes Theor. Comput. Sci.},
  year={2005},
  volume={125},
  pages={117-135}
}
In this abstract we emphasize the role of a semantic structure called resource graph in order to study the provability in some resource-sensitive logics, like the Bunched Implications Logic (BI) or the Non-commutative Logic (NL). Such a semantic structure is appropriate for capturing the particular interactions between different kinds of connectives (additives and multiplicatives in BI, commutatives and non-commutatives in NL) that occur during proof-search and is also well-suited for providing… CONTINUE READING

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