Journal of Logic and Analysis

This journal examines the interaction between ideas or techniques from mathematical logic and other areas of mathematics, especially, but not limited to, pure and applied analysis. The Journal of Logic and Analysis publishes papers in nonstandard analysis and related areas of applied model theory; papers involving interplay between mathematics and logic (including foundational aspects of such interplay); and mathematical papers using or developing analytical methods having connections to any area of mathematical logic.

The Journal of Logic and Analysis is an officially sponsored journal of the Association for Symbolic Logic. It is hosted and maintained by the Department of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University, and receives support from the Roger Sorrells Engineering and Science library at Carnegie Mellon University. It is an open access journal and it is not necessary for readers to register or log in. See INFORMATION For Readers for further details.

The journal is a natural successor to Logic and Analysis, published by SpringerWienNewYork and now discontinued. With Springer's permission, we have made the papers published in Logic and Analysis available here. The introduction to the first issue is still applicable.

Previous volumes: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 20162017

Vol 10 (2018)

Table of Contents

1. [PDF] Long reals
David Aspero, Konstantinos Tsaprounis
2. [PDF] Locally compact Stone duality
Tristan Bice, Charles Starling
3. [PDF] Randomness and Solovay degrees
Kenshi Miyabe, Andre Nies, Frank Stephan
4. [PDF] A constructive version of the extremum value theorem for spaces of vector-valued functions
Pavel Osinenko, Stefan Streif
5. [PDF] Banach spaces from barriers in high dimensional Ellentuck spaces
Alvaro Arias, Natasha Dobrinen, Gabriel Girón-Garnica, José G. Mijares
6. [PDF] Abraham Robinson (6 October 1918 - 11 April 1974)
The Editors
7. [PDF] New effective bounds for the approximate common fixed points and asymptotic regularity of nonexpansive semigroups
Angeliki Koutsoukou-Argyraki
8. [PDF] A transfer principle for second-order arithmetic, and applications
Merlin Carl, Asgar Jamneshan

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Journal of Logic and Analysis ISSN:  1759-9008