Theses

Master of Logic / ILLC


Recent Theses

On the ILLC site you may find a full list of ILLC research reports and dissertations. Additionally, the electronic archives may also be accessed by using the Search Form of the ILLC Eprints server.

MoL-2018-15:
Jonathan Pesetsky Factual Conditionals and Hypothetical Commitments
MoL-2018-14:
Ethan S. Lewis Computation with Infinite Programs
MoL-2018-13:
Mathijs S. Mul Recognizing Logical Entailment: Reasoning with Recursive and Recurrent Neural Networks
MoL-2018-12:
Stefania Ionescu Advancing the Use of Sparse Knowledge for Qualitative Models and Simulations
MoL-2018-11:
Silvan Hungerb├╝hler A Computational Method for Philosophical Interpretation
MoL-2018-10:
Jelle Wijnand Don Post-quantum Security of Fiat-Shamir Signatures
MoL-2018-09:
Raja Oktovin Parhasian Damanik Optimality in Stabilizer Testing
MoL-2018-08:
Noor Heerkens Studies in Minimal Mathematics
MoL-2018-07:
Grzegorz Lisowski Preventing Manipulation in Aggregating Value-Based Argumentation Frameworks
MoL-2018-06:
Heidi Metzler Algorithmic Complexity in Textile Patterns

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