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" In other words, if the world is such that every element of 5 comes out true, then p does as well. All that we require to get some notion of entailment is a language with an account of what it means for a sentence to be true or false. As we argued, if... "
The Logic of Knowledge Bases - Page 10
2016
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Partiality, Truth, and Persistence

Tore Langholm - Mathematics - 1988 - 151 pages
...similarity type are being considered. We shall study several truth definitions, several alternative notions of what it means for a sentence to be true or false in a partial model. In his 1938 article On notation for ordinal numbers, S. Kleene introduced a truth...
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Knowledge Representation and Reasoning

Ronald J. Brachman, Hector J. Levesque - Computers - 2004 - 381 pages
...implicit in the truth of the sentences in S. In other words, if the world is such that every element of S comes out true, then p does as well. All that we require...all, it must come with such an account (again, to knowp is to takep to be true). So any knowledge representation language, whatever other features it...
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