- Quantifiers and Inference
- J. van Benthem. Operators on Branched Quantifiers
- M.A. Brown. Hilbert's E-Symbol in the Presence of Generalized Quantifiers
- X. Caicedo. Partially Ordered Connectives and Finite Graphs
- L. Hella, G. Sandu. Theories of Finitely Determined Linear Orderings in Stationary Logics
- H. Herre. Definable Second-Order Quantifiers and Quasivarieties
- A.A. Ivanov. Quantifiers Determined by Classes of Binary Relations
- M. Krynicki. Decidability Results for Classes of Ordered Abelian Groups in Logics with Ramsey Quantifiers
- W. Lenski. On the Eliminability of the Quantifier `There Exists Uncountable Many'
- Z. Mijajlovic. Quantifiers Definable by Second Order Means
- M. Mostowski. Generalized Quantifiers in Algebra
- A. Pinus. On Ordering of the Family of Logics with Skolem--Lowenheim Property and Countable Compactness Property
- M. Waclawek. Pre-Ordered Quantifiers in Elementary Sentences of Natural Language
- M. Zawadowski. Some Remarks on Zawadowski's Paper
- M. Brown.
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- Quantifiers, Some Problems and Ideas
- M. Krynicki, M. Mostowski. Prologue
- P. Lindstrom. On the Model Theory of Some Generalized Quantifiers
- H.D. Ebbinghaus. Finite Generation Problem and n-ary Quantifiers
- L. Hella, K. Luosto. Games and Trees in Infinitary Logic: a Survey
- J. Vaananen. Theory of Linear Order in Extended Logics
- H. Herre. Henkin Quantifiers
- M. Krynicki, M. Mostowski. Continuous Operations on Spaces of Structures
- X. Caicedo. Model Theory of Topological Structures
- J. Flum. Computable Quantifiers and Logics over Finite Structures
- J.A. Makowsky, Y.B. Pnueli. Quantifiers in Natural Languages. A Survey of Some Recent Work
- D. Westerstahl.
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The quantifier concept is central to current logical investigations."Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation. Volume Two: Contributions" contains twelve research papers devoted to generalized quantifiers and their applications. It offers an exhaustive survey of logical methods that are useful in investigations involving generalized quantifiers. Both model-theoretical and proof-theoretical approaches are well represented. Moreover, some papers focus on the applications of logical theory, particularly in relation to semantics of natural language.The volume includes a wide-ranging survey of logical methods which are useful in investigations into generalized quantifiers. The book is the second volume of a large collection. The first volume - Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation. Volume One: Surveys - contains a collection of survey papers on selected, well-defined areas organized around the quantifier concept. Volumes One and Two are complementary. For logicians, mathematicians, philosophers, linguists and computer scientists. Also suitable as a text for advanced undergraduate or graduate specialized courses in logic.

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"Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation" is the first concentrated effort to give a systematic presentation of the main research results on the subject, since the modern concept was formulated in the late '50s and early '60s. The majority of the papers are in the nature of a handbook. All of them are self-contained, at various levels of difficulty. The Introduction surveys the main ideas and problems encountered in the logical investigation of quantifiers. The Prologue, written by Per Lindstrom, presents the early history of the concept of generalised quantifiers. The volume then continues with a series of papers surveying various research areas, particularly those that are of current interest.Together they provide introductions to the subject from the points of view of mathematics, linguistics, and theoretical computer science. The present volume has been prepared in parallel with "Quantifiers: Logics, Models and Computation, Volume Two". Contributions, which contains a collection of research papers on the subject in areas that are too fresh to be summarised. The two volumes are complementary. This book is useful for logicians, mathematicians, philosophers, linguists and computer scientists. It also serves as a text for advanced undergraduate and graduate specialised courses in logic.

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