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% If the calculus has an acronym, define it.
% (e.g. \newcommand{\LK}{\ensuremath{\mathbf{LK}}\xspace})
\calculusName{ToDo} % The name of the calculus
\calculusAcronym{} % The acronym if defined above, or empty otherwise.
\calculusLogic{ToDo} % Specify the logic (e.g. Classical Logic, Intuitionistic Logic, ...) for which this calculus is intended.
\calculusLogicOrder{ToDo} % Specify the order of the logic (e.g. Propositional, Quantified Propositional, First-Order, Higher-Order, ...).
\calculusType{ToDo} % Specify the calculus type (e.g. Tableau, Sequent Calculus, Hyper-Sequent Calculus, Natural Deduction, ...)
\calculusYear{ToDo} % The year when the calculus was published.
\calculusAuthor{ToDo:FullNameAuthor1} % The name(s) of the author(s) of the calculus.
% If this proof system has been implemented,
% include below the names and URLs of the implementations
% (e.g. \implementation{Coq}{})
\entryTitle{ToDo} % Title of the entry (usually coincides with the name of the calculus).
% The encyclopedia's peer-reviewing policy is described here:
% Reviewers of this entry will be acknowledged in the following lines:
% \entryReviewer{Reviewer 1's name}
% \entryReviewer{Reviewer 2's name}
% \entryReviewer{Reviewer 3's name}
% The lines above will be filled by the coordinators.
% If you would like to indicate people
% who could review your entry, contact the coordinators.
% If you wish, use tags to give any other information
% that might be helpful for classifying and grouping this entry:
% e.g. \etag{Two-Sided Sequents}
% e.g. \etag{Multiset Cedents}
% e.g. \etag{List Cedents}
% You are free to invent your own tags.
% The Encyclopedia's coordinator will take care of
% merging semantically similar tags in the future.
% If your files are called "MyProofSystem.tex" and "MyProofSystem.bib",
% then you should write "\begin{entry}{MyProofSystem}" in the line below
% Define here any newcommands you may need:
% e.g. \newcommand{\necessarily}{\Box}
% e.g. \newcommand{\possibly}{\Diamond}
% Add the inference rules of your proof system here.
% The "proof.sty" and "bussproofs.sty" packages are available.
% If you need any other package, please contact the coordinator (Bruno Woltzenlogel Paleo <>)
% The following sections ("clarifications", "history",
% "technicalities") are optional. If you use them,
% be very concise and objective. Nevertheless, do write full sentences.
% Try to have at most one paragraph per section, because line breaks
% do not look nice in a short entry.
% \begin{clarifications}
% ToDo: write here short remarks that may help the reader to understand
% the inference rules of the proof system.
% \end{clarifications}
% \begin{history}
% ToDo: write here short historical remarks about this proof system,
% especially if they relate to other proof systems.
% Use "\iref{OtherProofSystem}" to refer to another proof system
% in the Encyclopedia (where "OtherProofSystem" is its ID).
% Use "\irefmissing{SuggestedIDForOtherProofSystem}" to refer to
% another proof system that is not yet available in the encyclopedia.
% \end{history}
% \begin{technicalities}
% ToDo: write here remarks about soundness, completeness, decidability...
% \end{technicalities}
% General Instructions:
% =====================
% The preferred length of an entry is 1 page.
% Do the best you can to fit your proof system in one page.
% If you are finding it hard to fit what you want in one page, remember:
% * Your entry needs to be neither self-contained nor fully understandable
% (the interested reader may consult the cited full paper for details)
% * If you are describing several proof systems in one entry,
% consider splitting your entry.
% * You may reduce the size of your entry by ommitting inference rules
% that are already described in other entries.
% * Cite parsimoniously (see detailed citation instructions below).
% If you do not manage to fit everything in one page,
% it is acceptable for an entry to have 2 pages.
% For aesthetic reasons, it is preferable for an entry to have
% 1 full page or 2 full pages, in order to avoid unused blank space.
% Citation Instructions:
% ======================
% Please cite the original paper where the proof system was defined.
% To do so, you may use the \cite command within
% one of the optional environments above,
% or use the \nocite command otherwise.
% You may also cite a modern paper or book where the
% proof system is explained in greater depth or clarity.
% Cite parsimoniously.
% Do not cite related work. Instead, use the "\iref" or "\irefmissing"
% commands to make an internal reference to another entry,
% as explained within the "history" environment above.
% You do not need to create the "References" section yourself.
% This is done automatically.
% Remove all instruction comments before submitting.
% Leave an empty line above "\end{entry}".