By Paul-André Melliès (auth.), Zoltán Ésik (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 20 th overseas Workshop on computing device technology common sense, CSL 2006, held because the fifteenth Annual convention of the EACSL in Szeged, Hungary in September 2006.
The 37 revised complete papers awarded including four invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 132 submissions. All present features of good judgment in laptop technology are addressed, together with automatic deduction and interactive theorem proving, confident arithmetic and sort idea, equational good judgment and time period rewriting, automata and formal logics, modal and temporal common sense, version checking, logical features of computational complexity, finite version conception, computational facts thought, common sense programming and constraints, lambda calculus and combinatory common sense, specific good judgment and topological semantics, area conception, database idea, specification, extraction and transformation of courses, logical foundations of programming paradigms, verification of safeguard protocols, linear common sense, higher-order common sense, nonmonotonic reasoning, in addition to logics and sort structures for biology.