@article{ajss2015311,
author={{J.L., Us¨®-Dom¨¦nech and J., Nescolarde-Selva and S., P¨¦rez-Gonzaga and Sab¨˘n, M. J},
title={Paraconsistent Multivalued Logic and *Coincidentia Oppositorum*: Evaluation with Complex Numbers},
journal={American Journal of Systems and Software},
volume={3},
number={1},
pages={1--12},
year={2015},
url={http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajss/3/1/1},
abstract={Paraconsistent logic admits that the contradiction can be true. Let p be the truth values and *P *be a proposition. In paraconsistent logic the truth values of contradiction is . This equation has no real roots but admits complex roots . This is the result which leads to develop a multivalued logic to complex truth values. The sum of truth values being isomorphic to the vector of the plane, it is natural to relate the function V to the metric of the vector space R^{2}. We will adopt as valuations the norms of vectors. The main objective of this paper is to establish a theory of truth-value evaluation for paraconsistent logics with the goal of using in analyzing ideological, mythical, religious and mystic belief systems.},
doi={10.12691/ajss-3-1-1}
publisher={Science and Education Publishing}
}