Four consequence relations, three orders, two matrices, one bilattice

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L.Yu. Devyatkin

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In this paper it is shown how four consequence relations defined in terms of designated and anti-designated values allow to produce a six-element bilattice on the basis of two arbitrary finite-valued logical matrices for a propositional language L.

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