This paper is a contribution to the study of two distinct kinds of logics for modelling uncertainty. Both approaches use logics with a two-layered modal syntax, but while one employs classical logic on both levels and infinitely-many multimodal operators, the other involves a suitable system of fuzzy logic in the upper layer and only one […]
After the first talk by Pere Pardo, our online seminar series continues! All the talks will take place via Microsoft Teams, starting at 17:00. Here is the schedule for the semester: 22/04 – Ofer Arieli (Academic College of Tel Aviv) 07/05 – Jonathan Lawry (University of Bristol) 14/05 – Marcelo Finger (University of Sao […]
Unfortunately, due to the precautionary measures for the Coronavirus outbreak, we have to cancel yet two seminars in our series: the one scheduled for 12/03, to be held by Pere Pardo (Unimi) and the one scheduled for 19/03, to be held by Anthia Solaki (University of Amsterdam). We will do our best to have all […]
Unfortunately, the first seminar of our series, by prof. Ofer Arieli, scheduled on February, 27th has to be canceled. Next week, all didactic activities and seminars at the University of Milan are suspended, due to precautionary measures.
Our group is organizing a new cycle of seminars for the year 2020. The calendar is below. All the meetings will take place in Aula Enzo Paci from 17,00 to 19,00.
Paolo Baldi has published a paper on fuzzy quantifiers in the journal Fuzzy Sets and System, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fss.2019.12.009
The Logic Group Seminar continues on June 12th with a talk by Luis Estrada-González (National Autonomous University of Mexico). Details here.
The Logic Group Seminar continues on May 22nd with a talk by Anna Zamansky (University of Haifa ). Details here.
The Logic Group Seminar continues on May 15th with a talk by Paolo Baldi (UniMi). Details here.
The Logic Group Seminar will be hosting Gabreilla Pigozzi (Université Paris-Dauphine) for a talk on the 8th of May 2019. Details here.