Which Semantics for Neighbourhood Semantics?

  title={Which Semantics for Neighbourhood Semantics?},
  author={Carlos Areces and Diego Figueira},
In this article we discuss two alternative proposals for neighbourhood semantics (which we call strict and loose neighbourhood semantics, N= and N⊆ respectively) that have been previously introduced in the literature. Our main tools are suitable notions of bisimulation. While an elegant notion of bisimulation exists forN⊆, the required bisimulation for N= is rather involved. We propose a simple extension of N= with a universal modality that we call N=(E), which comes together with a natural… CONTINUE READING
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