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This quantity presents a discussion board which highlights new achievements and overviews of contemporary advancements of the thriving common sense teams within the Asia-Pacific area. It includes papers by way of top logicians and in addition a few contributions in computing device technological know-how logics and philosophic logics.

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If ϕe dominates f then we take D = { e, n : n ∈ ω} and take σ(x) = {0, · · · , ϕe (x)}. Clearly σ is a (D, g) trace tracing f , contradiction. So the notion of “partial computably traceable” coincides with being hyperimmune-free if the bound g is allowed to be partial. If g is required to be total, however, we obtain a different notion. This latter notion is page 24 February 2, 2015 13:27 9596 - Asian Logic Conference ws-procs9x6 25 obviously still weaker than being computably traceable, but is now strictly stronger than being hyperimmune-free.

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