@inbook{7ef212d7099c44778203791531b07420,

title = "Signalling in IF-games : a tricky business",

abstract = "The paper studies the phenomenon of signalling in logics for imperfect information, such as Hintikka{\textquoteright}s IF logic. It is shown that signalling is a phenomenon that at the one hand is essential for the semantics, but at the other hand is a source of tricky phenomena. Several properties which in the literature are claimed to hold for such logics, turn out to fail due to signalling: IF logic is not a conservative extension of predicate logic, renaming of variables is not always allowed, the prenex normal form theorem does not hold, and slashed connectives cannot easily be eliminated.",

author = "T.M.V. Janssen and F. Dechesne",

year = "2006",

doi = "10.1007/978-1-4020-5012-7_15",

language = "English",

isbn = "978-1-4020-5011-4",

series = "Logic, Epistemology, and the Unity of Science",

publisher = "Kluwer",

pages = "221--241",

editor = "{Benthem, van}, J.F.A.K. and G. Heinzmann and M. Rebuschi and H. Visser",

booktitle = "The Age of Alternative Logics : Assessing the Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics Today",

}