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Thus the presumption is that sentential constants convey claims whose truth may change from moment to moment but which, at a given moment, do not vary in truth value from history to history. ) Now we can give satisfaction conditions for the usual temporal operators as well as for temporal possibility and necessity operators. Given any moment m and any classes K and L of moments, we extend our use of the relation < in a natural way, so that and m < K iff K < m iff K < L iff (∀n ∈ K)[m < n], (∀n ∈ K)[n < m], (∀m ∈ K)(∀n ∈ L)[m < n].
In ﬁgure 2 we show the rules for N and ND formulae: rule N is standard (see ); it does not introduce new labels in the branch, but it adds new formulae to labels already in the branch; intuitively, for all (the states denoted by) the labels reachable from the current state, the N formula must be true. On the other hand, rule ND for deontic necessity imposes that the corresponding action must be allowed for all the possible contexts in the actual state. A: A A1 A2 B: B B1 | B2 Fig. 1. Classic rules for formulae of type A and B Rule P for modal and deontic possibility is shown in ﬁgure 3; given a P formula, this rule creates one branch for each possible execution of the front action in the formula.
A branch which is not closed gives us a model which is a counterexample and we shall show an example of this later on. F. E. Maibaum Soundness and Completeness As usual, the soundness of the tableaux system is proved by a theorem which ensures that each rule is safe (with respect to satisﬁability). Towards this goal we introduce the following deﬁnitions. Deﬁnition 7 (Mapping). Given a set S of preﬁxed formulae (being F the set of preﬁxes occurring in it) and a model M = W, R, E, I, P over a vocabulary Δ0 , Φ0 , a mapping is a function ι : F → W , such that: e – For all σ and σ γ in F , there exists e ∈ I(γ) such that ι(σ) → ι(σ γ).