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Coalgebraic Modal Logic I

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In this talk, I will briefly introduce Hennessy-Milner logic which is a modal logic expressive enough to characterise the bisimilarity of image-finite transition systems, and see how to generalise it to a logic for Set coalgebras using so-called predicate liftings. Under some boundedness conditions, it retains the expressivity property, i.e. the logical equivalence is equal to the behavioural equivalence. In the end, I will generalise the logic using predicate liftings further to a logic for general coalgebras and leave the expressivity property to the next talk.

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