Description Logic, Theory Combination, and All That (Springer)
Monday, 05 August 2019

As its subtitle "Essays Dedicated to Franz Baader on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday" makes clear, this collection has been put together to celebrate the fundamental and highly influential scientific contributions of Franz Baader a German computer scientist at Dresden University of Technology. Ita 30 papers cover several scientific areas that Baader has been working on during the last three decades, including  description logics,  term rewriting, and the combination of decision procedures.

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The title of this book is a reference to his 1998 work, co-authored with Tobias Nipkow, Term Rewriting and All That,.

Author: Carsten Lutz et al.
Publisher: Springer
Date: June 2019
Pages: 662
ISBN:978-3030221010
Print:3030221016
Kindle:B07TGHP6MJ
Audience: Anyone interested in computer science
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 

 

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