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Journal of Logic and Computation

Volume 12, Issue 6, December 2002: pp. 913-928

Relevance Principle for Substructural Logics with Mingle and Strong Negation

Norihiro Kamide1

1Wakayama National College of Technology, Noshima 77, Nada, Gobo, Wakayama 644-0023 Japan. E-mail: kamide@wakayama-nct.ac.jp

We introduce intuitionistic and classical substructural logics with structural rules mingle and connective strong negation, and investigate the cut-elimination property and the relevance principle for these logics. The relevance principle does not hold for substructural logics with mingle and usual negation, but holds for those with mingle and strong negation.

Keywords: Substructural logic; MALL+MIX; mingle; strong negation; relevance principle

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