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ILLC Publications, All Series, 2001

MoL-2001-01:
Levan Khavtasi Extending Focus Theories: Particles in Focus
MoL-2001-02:
Iouri Netchitailov An Extension of Game Logic with Parallel Operators
MoL-2001-03:
Marie Nilsenová Uncertainty in the Common Ground
MoL-2001-04:
Jason Mattausch On Optimization in Discourse Generation
MoL-2001-05:
Rasa Leijting - Paulékaité Intentional Identity and the Edelberg Asymmetry
MoL-2001-06:
Jon Ragetli Towards Concept-based Structuring of Electronic Information
MoL-2001-07:
Ben Rodenhäuser Updating Epistemic Uncertainty: an essay in the logic of information change
MoL-2001-08:
Alexander Bergo Text Categorization and Prototypes
MoL-2001-09:
Nick Arevadze Finite Projective Formulas
MoL-2001-10:
Marcello Vavassori Isn't my question a real question? A Pragmatic Approach to Polar Questions
MoL-2001-11:
David Gabelaia Modal definability in topology
MoL-2001-12:
Darrin Hindsill On the Turning Verbs into Nouns
MoL-2001-13:
Troy Lee Is Multiplication Harder than Addition? Arithmetical Definability over Finite Structures
MoL-2001-14:
Andreas P. Giannakoulopoulos Frog Leaps and Human Noises: An Optimality Theory Approach to Cultural Change
MoL-2001-15:
Mehmet Giritli From 3-SAT to \{2+p\},\{3\}-SAT
PP-2001-01:
Maarten Marx Complexity of Intuitionistic Predicate Logic with One Variable
PP-2001-02:
G. Goguadze, C. Piazza, Y. Venema Simulating polyadic modal logics by monadic ones
PP-2001-03:
Renate Bartsch Consciousness at the Cutting Edge between World and Brain: The Interaction between Perception, Imagination, Thought, and Language
PP-2001-04:
Maarten Marx Relation Algebra with Binders
PP-2001-05:
Michael Morreau The Good, the Bad and the Far-fetched
PP-2001-06:
Michael Morreau What Vague Objects are like
PP-2001-07:
Renate Bartsch Generating Polysemy: Metaphor and Metonymy
PP-2001-08:
C Areces, R. Bernardi Analyzing the Core of Categorial Grammar
PP-2001-09:
Lex Hendriks, Dick de Jongh Characterization of Strongly Equivalent Logic Programs in Intermediate Logics
PP-2001-10:
Maarten Marx, Szabolcs Mikulas An Elementary Construction for a Non-elementary Procedure
PP-2001-11:
Paul Dekker Meaning and Use of Indefinite Expressions
PP-2001-12:
Paul Dekker Dynamics and Pragmatics of ``Peirce's Puzzle''
PP-2001-13:
Paul Dekker ``She'' 's Character
PP-2001-14:
Paul Dekker On If and Only
PP-2001-15:
Paul Dekker, Robert van Rooy Bi-Directional Optimality Theory: An Application of Game Theory
PP-2001-16:
J. Kamps, M. Marx Words with Attitude
PP-2001-17:
P. Blackburn, J. Kamps, M. Marx Situation Calculus as Hybrid Logic: First Steps
PP-2001-18:
M. Aiello, J. van Benthem, G. Bezhanishvili Reasoning About Space: The Modal Way
PP-2001-19:
C. Areces, P. Blackburn, M. Marx Repairing the Interpolation Theorem in Quantified Modal Logic
PP-2001-21:
Giovanna D'Agostino, Giacomo Lenzi Comparing Levels of Bisimulation Quantifiers Logic with the mu-calculus
PP-2001-22:
Giovanna Corsi A Unifying Completeness Theorem in Quantified Modal logic
PP-2001-23:
Marco Aiello, Johan van Benthem A Modal Walk Through Space
X-2001-01:
A.H. Budiyanto Introduction to Turing Nonrigidity

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