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Deductive reasoning, inference in which the conclusion is of no greater generality than the premises

Natural deduction, an approach to proof theory that attempts to provide a formal model of logical reasoning as it "naturally" occurs

Relating to taxation: Deductive reasoning is the kind of reasoning where the conclusion is necessitated by previously known premises. ... In mathematical logic, natural deduction is an approach to proof theory that attempts to provide a formal model of logical reasoning as it naturally occurs. ...

Individual taxpayers in the United States are faced with a choice when preparing their tax returns. ... Individual taxpayers in the United States are faced with a choice when preparing their tax returns. ...

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The conviction that mathematicallogic is a unifying principle in computer science and that methods from different theoretical areas as well as application domains should be brought together has lead to a successful new conference: FLoC, the Federated Logic Conferences, which was held in 1999 for the second time after its initiation in 1996.

The 2001 seminar is intended to contribute to the interdisciplinary view of logic in computer science by bringing together leading scientists from various disciplines within the area of automated deduction, as well as from application areas, this time in particular from planning and program analysis and verification.

Firmly based on inter-related logic and algorithmic concepts, these areas are in the process of extending their scope from finite domain-based fixpoint computation to infinite systems where more complex forms of deductive computation are required, and where the gap to traditional forms of program verification based on induction needs to be closed.

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