## 8.7.2 Sequents

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A Logiweb sequent is a triple where is a finite set of premisses, is a finite set of side conditions, and is a result which holds if the given premisses and side conditions hold. is a term and and are finite sets of terms. Finite sets of terms are represented as lists without repetitions. Finite sets of terms can contain zero, one, or more terms.

A sequent represents the statement that if all terms in the set are provable and all side conditions in evaluate to then is provable. In other words, the sequent

represents that the statement

In particular, the sequent represents the statement that is provable.

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