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-2018-01:
Line van den Berg Unreliable Gossip
MoL-2017-31:
Albert Janzen The paradoxes of self-negation
MoL-2017-30:
Marco Bacchin The perception of number: towards a topological approach
MoL-2017-29:
Esteban Landerreche Leaning on Impossible-to-Parallelise Work for Immutability Guarantees in the Blockchain
MoL-2017-28:
Michael Repplinger Understanding Generalization: Learning Quantifiers and Negation with Neural Tensor Networks
MoL-2017-27:
Mees de Vries An Extensional Modified Realizability Topos
MoL-2017-26:
Rana Klein The Logical Dynamics of Gossip: an analysis in Dynamic Epistemic Logic
MoL-2017-25:
Jonathan Frederik Sippel The Good, the Bad, and the Difficult
Complexity in a Monotonicity-Grounded Natural Logic for Reasoning with Generalized Quantifiers
MoL-2017-24:
Zeno de Hoop Context-Free Processes and Push-Down Processes
MoL-2017-23:
Guido van der Knaap The Philosophical Motivation for Proof-Theoretic Harmony

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