Brazil and mangoes

IMG_20180203_143956_261.jpgFirst week in Campinas (São Paulo, Brazil) for a one month visit to the Centre for Logic, Epistemology and History of Science. The work here is focusing on determining a term-equivalent (unary and easier to interpret) fragments of Lukasiewicz finite-valued logics which could capture paraconsistent properties. It’s funny, some arithmetic, prime numbers, and little bit of algebra at work. When we do not work, I use to have a walk. It’s summer here and wherever I look, I see mangoes.

Author: tomflaminio

Ramón y Cajal Researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute of Barcelona

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