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On the complexity of hybrid logics with binders

By Balder Ten Cate and Massimo Franceschet

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Abstract. Hybrid logic refers to a group of logics lying between modal and first-order logic in which one can refer to individual states of the Kripke structure. In particular, the hybrid logic HL(@, ↓) is an appealing extension of modal logic that allows one to refer to a state by means of the given names and to dynamically create new names for a state. Unfortunately, as for the richer first-order logic, satisfiability for the hybrid logi

Publisher: Springer
Year: 2005
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