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Moshe Vardi

Type Title
Intro to Logic
Model Checking Concurrent Programs
90 = 100: A Proof
Concurrent Processes: Basic Issues
Concurrent Processes: Basic Issues: Homework Exercises
Concurrent Programming and Verification: Outline
Exercises for Propositional Logic I
Exercises for Propositional Logic II
First-Order Logic: bound variables, free variables
First-Order Logic: equivalences
First-Order Logic: inference rules
First-Order Logic: normal forms revisited
First-Order Logic: using quantifiers
Introduction: logic definition
Introduction: logic motivation
Introduction: outline
Logic and Database Queries
Modeling Concurrent Processes
Modeling Concurrent Processes: Homework Exercises
Propositional Logic: conclusions
Propositional Logic: equivalences
Propositional Logic: formulas
Propositional Logic: limitations of truth tables
Propositional Logic: normal forms
Propositional Logic: partIIm
Propositional Logic: partIIn
Propositional Logic: partIIo
Propositional Logic: propositions
Propositional Logic: soundness and completeness
Propositional Logic: soundness and completeness revisited
Propositional Logic: subproofs
Propositional Logic: truth tables
Propositional Logic: type checking
Reference: first-order equivalences
Reference: first-order inference rules
Reference: first-order WaterWorld
Reference: propositional equivalences
Reference: propositional inference rules
Reference: propositional WaterWorld
Relations and Logic: interpretations
Relations and Logic: modeling
Relations and Logic: Non-standard Interpretations
Relations and Logic: properties of relations
Relations and Logic: using relations
Using Temporal Logic to Specify Properties
Using Temporal Logic to Specify Properties: Homework Exercises
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