## Volume 405,
Numbers 1-2,
October 2008

Computational Structures for Modelling Space,
Time and Causality
Contributions
- Douglas S. Bridges, Hajime Ishihara, Peter M. Schuster, Luminita Vîta:

**Apartness, compactness and nearness.
**3-10

- Francesco Ciraulo, Giovanni Sambin:

**Finitary formal topologies and Stone's representation theorem.
**11-23

- K. A. Hardie, P. J. Witbooi:

**Finite relational structure models of topological spaces and maps.
**24-34

- Fangping Huang, Jihua Liang:

**On computational environments of topological spaces.
**35-40

- K. E. Jordan, Lance Edward Miller, Edward L. F. Moore, Thomas J. Peters, Alexander Russell:

**Modeling time and topology for animation and visualization with examples on parametric geometry.
**41-49

- Vladik Kreinovich, Olga Kosheleva:

**Computational complexity of determining which statements about causality hold in different space-time models.
**50-63

- Hans-Peter A. Künzi, Vladik Kreinovich:

**Static space-times naturally lead to quasi-pseudometrics.
**64-72

- Jimmie D. Lawson:

**Metric spaces and FS-domains.
**73-74

- Keye Martin:

**Topology in information theory in topology.
**75-87

- Timothy Porter:

**Enriched categories and models for spaces of evolving states.
**88-100

- Peter Schuster:

**The Zariski spectrum as a formal geometry.
**101-115

- Victor L. Selivanov:

**Fine hierarchies and m-reducibilities in theoretical computer science.
**116-163

- Josef Slapal:

**A quotient-universal digital topology.
**164-175

- Dieter Spreen, Luoshan Xu, Xuxin Mao:

**Information systems revisited - the general continuous case.
**176-187

- Sumati Surya:

**Causal set topology.
**188-197

- Hideki Tsuiki, Yasunao Hattori:

**Lawson topology of the space of formal balls and the hyperbolic topology.
**198-205

## Volume 405,
Number 3,
October 2008

Algorithmic Learning Theory
Contributions
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