Advanced Łukasiewicz calculus and MV-algebras: 35 (Trends in by Prof. D. Mundici University of Florence

By Prof. D. Mundici University of Florence

it is a continuation of Vol. 7 of developments in common sense. It wil conceal the wealth of contemporary advancements of Lukasiewicz common sense and their algebras (Chang MV-algebras), with specific connection with (de Finetti) coherent review of continually valued occasions, (Renyi) conditionals for such occasions, similar algorithms.

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