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    STUDIA PHILOSOPHIA - Issue no. 1-2 / 2004  

  Abstract:  Some Aspects Concerning Decisional Systems. This study concerns with the properties of decisional systems. A decisional system helps us to select true propositions. For example, a theory or an algorithm is a decisional system. It is justified if it selects all and only the true propositions on a certain domain. The main properties of decisional systems are justification, consistency, completitude, decidability and contradiction. All possible relations between these properties are systematized in the (T3) table.  
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