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For that, we give a new labelled proof system and an algorithm that allow to build an intuitionistic proof-net (and a sequent proof) from a classical proof-net search, for which we have well-defined principles. With such a structure we obtain the completeness result missing with the other systems. This point illustrates the interest of the proof-net notion as an efficient tool for proof analysis and proof-search in linear logic. Because of the relationships between proof-nets and some term assignments systems [1] and also because of possible choices between intuitionistic or classical logical fragments to consider some programming paradigms, like proofs-as-programs or proofs-as-processes, our results and their possible extensions, for instance with the MIX rule or with the additive connectives, could be very fruitful.

In particular, in the second one, an example of undecidable IML with three multimodal operators, which with two is instead decidable, is made. 2 49 GRAPH VS PATH REPRESENTATION Using prefixed fonnulae is very common in modal theorem proving (see [33] for an historical introduction on the topic). Our approach to prefixed tableaux is closely related to the approaches based on prefixes used in [29] and by other authors for modal (though non multimodal) systems [40,33] and for dynamic logic [22]. In these works, prefixes are sequences of integers which represent each world as a path in the model, that connects the initial world to the one at hand.

The atomic formulae, that are A (resp. ) for the atoms labelled with 0 (resp. I), are not displayed. The first proof-net is not FILL because of the existence of a dependency path between the premise of the ~ labelled with I and a node labelled with 0 which is not a premise of the '28 connective. 4 FILL PROOF-NETS CONSTRUCTION We have previously studied the problem of automated construction of proofnets in different fragments of CLL like MLL, MALL or Non-Commutative MLL [17, 18, 19]. Some of the underlying principles could be applied for the case of multiplicative FILL fragment.