Proceedings of the International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic (13th) Held at Kyoto, Japan on May 23-25, 1983.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV EVANSTON IL
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The 1983 International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic is the thirteenth meeting in a series of annual symposia devoted exclusively to multiple-valued logic. Ten of the past meetings were held in North America, the other two in Europe. The ISMVL-83 in Kyoto, Japan, is the first symposium to be held in Asia. It is dedicated to the investigation of multiple-valued logic to narrow the gap between theory and practice. Because there are many researchers in Japan and neighboring countries, this symposium offers a unique opportunity for a large number of multiple-valued logic researchers to meet. An Asian conference will encourage the technological development of mainland China, where there are 3000 mathematicians engaged in the study of fuzzy logic. In addition to many speakers, from Japan, we have several newcomers from Thailand, China, and Nigeria.
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