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Intuitionistic Logic
- A short entry in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy by Joan R. Moschovakis.
Intuitionistic Logic
- A very brief overview of the subject by Alex Sakharov from MathWorld.
Intuitionistic logic
- Wikipedia (free encyclopedia) article.
Intuitionistic Topology and Foundations of Constructive Mathematics
- Math page of Frank Waaldijk, containing articles and PhD thesis on foundations of constructive mathematics and intuitionistic topology. Also links to other mathematicians in this field.
Porgi
- Porgi is a Proof-Or-Refutation Generator for Intuitionistic propositional logic, implementated by Allen Stoughton. Given a sequent, Porgi either finds a minimally sized, normal natural deduction of the sequent, or it finds a "small", tree-based Kripke countermodel of the sequent. It is written in Standard ML.
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