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Signalling In Languages With Imperfect Information

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This paper is a short survey of different languageswith imperfect information introduced in (Hintikka and Sandu 1989).The imperfect information concerns both quantifiers and connectives.At the end, I will sketch a connection between these languages and linearlogic.

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Sandu, G. Signalling In Languages With Imperfect Information. Synthese 127, 21–34 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1010362218565

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Keywords

  • Imperfect Information
  • Short Survey
  • Information Concern