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Kottmann, N., Studer, T.: Improving semantic query answering. In: Wagner, R., Revell, N., and Pernul, G. Proceedings of Database and Expert Systems Applications. pp. 671-679. Springer (2007).
Wehbe, R.: Merging rule-based belief databases. In: Devedżić, V. Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence and Applications. pp. 585-589. ACTA Press (2007).
Jäger, G.: On Feferman's operational set theory $\mathsf{OST}$. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic. 150, 19-39 (2007).
Steiner, D., Studer, T.: Total public announcements. In: Artemov, S. and Nerode, A. Proceedings of Logical Foundations of Computer Science. pp. 498-511. Springer (2007).
Wehbe, R.: A hybrid representation of knowledge and belief. Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Multi-Agent Systems (2006).
Steiner, D.: A system for consistency preserving belief change. In: Artemov, S. and Parikh, R. Proceedings of Rationality and Knowledge. pp. 133-144. Association for Logic, Language and Information (2006).
Brünnler, K.: Cut elimination inside a deep inference system for classical predicate logic. Studia Logica. 82, 51-71 (2006).
Kretz, M., Studer, T.: Deduction chains for common knowledge. Journal of Applied Logic. 4, 331-357 (2006).
Brünnler, K.: Deep inference and its normal form of derivations. In: Beckmann, A., Berger, U., Löwe, B., and Tucker, J.V. Proceedings of Computability in Europe. pp. 65-74. Springer (2006).
Brünnler, K.: Deep sequent systems for modal logic. In: Governatori, G., Hodkinson, I., and Venema, Y. Proceedings of Advances in Modal Logic. pp. 107-119. College Publications (2006).
Kottmann, N.: Description Logic Query Answering with Relational Databases. (2006).
Krähenbühl, J.: Explicit Mathematics with Positive Existential Comprehension and Join. (2006).
Brünnler, K.: Locality for classical logic. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. 47, 557-580 (2006).
Steiner, D., Strahm, T.: On the proof theory of type two functionals based on primitive recursive operations. Mathematical Logic Quarterly. 52, 237-252 (2006).
Kretz, M.: Proof-Theoretic Aspects of Modal Logic with Fixed Points. (2006).
Wehbe, R.: Revising non-monotonic rule-based belief databases. Proceedings of Belief Revision, Belief Merging and Social Choice (2006).
Probst, D.: The proof-theoretic analysis of transfinitely iterated quasi least fixed points. The Journal of Symbolic Logic. 71, 721-746 (2006).