Alternative Logics. Do Sciences Need Them? by Paul A. Weingartner

By Paul A. Weingartner

Initially proposed as competitors of classical good judgment, substitute logics became more and more very important in sciences akin to quantum physics, laptop technological know-how, and synthetic intelligence. The contributions accumulated the following deal with the query even if using common sense within the sciences, specifically in sleek physics, calls for a deviation from classical mathematical common sense. The articles within the first a part of the publication set the scene by way of describing the context and the obstacle while using good judgment in technology. partly II the authors supply a number of logics that deviate in numerous methods. The twelve papers partially III examine intimately particular facets reminiscent of quantum good judgment, quantum computation, computer-science concerns, praxic common sense, and quantum likelihood. The monograph offers a succinct photograph of modern study in replacement logics as they've been built for functions within the sciences.

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