The past 20 years have witnessed an ever-increasing number of interdisciplinay research collaborations as computer scientists, logicians, linguists, philosophers, and psychologists all explore the same question: how can logic illuminate the nature of information? This collection covers active research areas at the interface of logic, computer science, and linguistics: process logics, formal semantics, language processing, and a new area where all three meet - the study of images and graphics as information carriers, and the diagrammatic reasoning supported by them.
Dave Barker-Plummer is a research scientist at Stanford University's Center for the Study of Language and Information. David I. Beaver is assistant professor of linguistics at Stanford University. Johan van Benthem is professor of computer science at the University of Amsterdam and professor of philosophy at Stanford University. Patrick Scotto di Luzio earned his Ph.D. in philosophy at Stanford University.