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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Through minimal-model semantics, three-valued logics provide an interesting formalism for capturing reasoning from inconsistent information. However, the resulting paraconsistent logics lack so far a uniform implementation platform. Here, we address this and specifically provide a translation of two such paraconsistent logics into the language of quantified Boolean formulas (QBFs). These formulas can then be evaluated by off-the-shelf QBF solvers. In this way, we benefit from the followingdoi:10.1007/3-540-45757-7_27 fatcat:6pkp2w3r6zflri6spnmee7wv5i