# Automated Deduction—CADE-14 [electronic resource] :14th International Conference on Automated Deduction Townsville, North Queensland, Australia, July 13–17, 1997 Proceedings /

##### Contributor(s): McCune, William [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).

Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence: 1249Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997.Description: XV, 469 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540691402.Subject(s): Computer science | Architecture, Computer | Mathematical logic | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Computer System Implementation | Mathematical Logic and Formal LanguagesOnline resources: Click here to access onlineThe char-set method and its applications to automated reasoning -- Decidable call by need computations in term rewriting (extended abstract) -- A New approach for combining decision procedures for the word problem, and its connection to the Nelson-Oppen combination method -- On equality up-to constraints over finite trees, context unification, and one-step rewriting -- Dedam: A kernel of data structures and algorithms for automated deduction with equality clauses -- The Clause-Diffusion theorem prover Peers-mcd (system description) -- Integration of automated and interactive theorem proving in ILF -- ILF-SETHEO -- SETHEO goes software engineering: Application of ATP to software reuse -- Proving System Correctness with KIV 3.0 -- A practical symbolic algorithm for the inverse kinematics of 6R manipulators with simple geometry -- Automatic verification of cryptographic protocols with SETHEO -- A practical integration of first-order reasoning and decision procedures -- Some pitfalls of LK-to-LJ translations and how to avoid them -- Deciding intuitionistic propositional logic via translation into classical logic -- Lemma matching for a PTTP-based top-down theorem prover -- Exact knowledge compilation in predicate calculus: The partial achievement case -- Non-horn magic sets to incorporate top-down inference into bottom-up theorem proving -- Alternating automata: Unifying truth and validity checking for temporal logics -- Connection-based proof construction in linear logic -- Resource-distribution via Boolean constraints -- Constructing a normal form for Property Theory -- ?mega: Towards a mathematical assistant -- Plagiator — A learning prover -- CODE: A powerful prover for problems of condensed detachment -- A new method for testing decision procedures in modal logics -- Minlog: A minimal logic theorem prover -- SATO: An efficient prepositional prover -- Using a generalisation critic to find bisimulations for coinductive proofs -- A colored version of the ?-calculus -- A practical implementation of simple consequence relations using inductive definitions -- Soft typing for ordered resolution -- A classification of non-liftable orders for resolution -- Hybrid interactive theorem proving using nuprl and HOL -- Proof tactics for a theory of state machines in a graphical environment -- RALL: Machine-supported proofs for relation algebra -- Nuprl-Light: An implementation framework for higher-order logics -- XIsabelle: A system description -- XBarnacle: Making theorem provers more accessible -- The tableau browser SNARKS -- Jape: A calculator for animating proof-on-paper -- Evolving combinators -- Partial matching for analogy discovery in proofs and counter-examples -- Dialog.

This book constitutes the strictly refereed proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Automated Deduction, CADE-14, held in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia, in July 1997. The volume presents 25 revised full papers selected from a total of 87 submissions; also included are 17 system descriptions and two invited contributions. The papers cover a wide range of current issues in the area including resolution, term rewriting, unification theory, induction, high-order logics, nonstandard logics, AI methods, and applications to software verification, geometry, and social science.

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