Editor's introduction to the special issue on logic modeling
Bhargava, Hemant K.
Kimbrough, Steven O.
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Logic modeling is directed at the application of formal and informal logic to practical problems, especially problems in management science, broadly construed. This third special issue of Decision Support Systems devoted to logic modeling appears at a happy time for the field. Logic modeling is established, recognized and growing. A number of excellent texts have appeared, including Davis's  and Geneserth's and Nilsson's . A logic modeling mini-track at the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences has flourished without interruption since 1987. It is now rather common for logic modeling Ph.D.seminars to be offered in business schools, and it can fairly be said that the logical point of view is finding increasing success in infiltrating research efforts in information systems and the decision sciences generally.
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