Mundhenk, Martin and Weiss, Felix - Intuitionistic implication makes model checking hard

lmcs:1160 - Logical Methods in Computer Science, April 27, 2012, Volume 8, Issue 2
Intuitionistic implication makes model checking hard

Authors: Mundhenk, Martin and Weiss, Felix

We investigate the complexity of the model checking problem for intuitionistic and modal propositional logics over transitive Kripke models. More specific, we consider intuitionistic logic IPC, basic propositional logic BPL, formal propositional logic FPL, and Jankov's logic KC. We show that the model checking problem is P-complete for the implicational fragments of all these intuitionistic logics. For BPL and FPL we reach P-hardness even on the implicational fragment with only one variable. The same hardness results are obtained for the strictly implicational fragments of their modal companions. Moreover, we investigate whether formulas with less variables and additional connectives make model checking easier. Whereas for variable free formulas outside of the implicational fragment, FPL model checking is shown to be in LOGCFL, the problem remains P-complete for BPL.


Source : oai:arXiv.org:1107.1963
DOI : 10.2168/LMCS-8(2:3)2012
Volume: Volume 8, Issue 2
Published on: April 27, 2012
Submitted on: July 6, 2011
Keywords: Computer Science - Computational Complexity,03B20, 68Q15, 68Q17


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