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Automated Deduction — CADE-16 [electronic resource] :16th International Conference on Automated Deduction Trento, Italy, July 7–10, 1999 Proceedings /

By: Ganzinger, Harald [author.].
Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1632Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1999.Description: XIV, 438 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540486602.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer logic | Mathematical logic | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages | Logics and Meanings of ProgramsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Session 1 -- A Dynamic Programming Approach to Categorial Deduction -- Tractable Transformations from Modal Provability Logics into First-Order Logic -- Session 2 -- Decision Procedures for Guarded Logics -- A PSpace Algorithm for Graded Modal Logic -- Session 3 -- Solvability of Context Equations with Two Context Variables Is Decidable -- Complexity of the Higher Order Matching -- Solving Equational Problems Efficiently -- Session 4 -- VSDITLU: A Verifiable Symbolic Definite Integral Table Look-Up -- A Framework for the Flexible Integration of a Class of Decision Procedures into Theorem Provers -- Presenting Proofs in a Human-Oriented Way -- Session 5 -- On the Universal Theory of Varieties of Distributive Lattices with Operators: Some Decidability and Complexity Results -- Maslov’s Class K Revisited -- Prefixed Resolution: A Resolution Method for Modal and Description Logics -- Session 6: System Descriptions -- System Description: Twelf — A Meta-Logical Framework for Deductive Systems -- System Description: inka 5.0 - A Logic Voyager -- System Description: CutRes 0.1: Cut Elimination by Resolution -- System Description: MathWeb, an Agent-Based Communication Layer for Distributed Automated Theorem Proving -- System Description Using OBDD’s for the Validationof Skolem Verification Conditions -- Fault-Tolerant Distributed Theorem Proving -- System Description: Waldmeister — Improvements in Performance and Ease of Use -- Session 7 -- Formal Metatheory Using Implicit Syntax, and an Application to Data Abstraction for Asynchronous Systems -- A Formalization of Static Analyses in System F -- On Explicit Reflection in Theorem Proving and Formal Verification -- Session 8: System Descriptions -- System Description: Kimba, A Model Generator for Many-Valued First-Order Logics -- System Description: Teyjus—A Compiler and Abstract Machine Based Implementation of ?Prolog -- Vampire -- System Abstract: E 0.3 -- Session 9 -- Invited Talk: Rewrite-Based Deduction and Symbolic Constraints -- Towards an Automatic Analysis of Security Protocols in First-Order Logic -- Session 10 -- A Confluent Connection Calculus -- Abstraction-Based Relevancy Testing for Model Elimination -- A Breadth-First Strategy for Mating Search -- Session 11: System Competitions -- The Design of the CADE-16 Inductive Theorem Prover Contest -- Session 12: System Descriptions -- System Description: Spass Version 1.0.0 -- K : A Theorem Prover for K -- System Description: CYNTHIA -- System Description: MCS: Model-Based Conjecture Searching -- Session 13 -- Embedding Programming Languages in Theorem Provers -- Extensional Higher-Order Paramodulation and RUE-Resolution -- Automatic Generation of Proof Search Strategies for Second-Order Logic.
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Session 1 -- A Dynamic Programming Approach to Categorial Deduction -- Tractable Transformations from Modal Provability Logics into First-Order Logic -- Session 2 -- Decision Procedures for Guarded Logics -- A PSpace Algorithm for Graded Modal Logic -- Session 3 -- Solvability of Context Equations with Two Context Variables Is Decidable -- Complexity of the Higher Order Matching -- Solving Equational Problems Efficiently -- Session 4 -- VSDITLU: A Verifiable Symbolic Definite Integral Table Look-Up -- A Framework for the Flexible Integration of a Class of Decision Procedures into Theorem Provers -- Presenting Proofs in a Human-Oriented Way -- Session 5 -- On the Universal Theory of Varieties of Distributive Lattices with Operators: Some Decidability and Complexity Results -- Maslov’s Class K Revisited -- Prefixed Resolution: A Resolution Method for Modal and Description Logics -- Session 6: System Descriptions -- System Description: Twelf — A Meta-Logical Framework for Deductive Systems -- System Description: inka 5.0 - A Logic Voyager -- System Description: CutRes 0.1: Cut Elimination by Resolution -- System Description: MathWeb, an Agent-Based Communication Layer for Distributed Automated Theorem Proving -- System Description Using OBDD’s for the Validationof Skolem Verification Conditions -- Fault-Tolerant Distributed Theorem Proving -- System Description: Waldmeister — Improvements in Performance and Ease of Use -- Session 7 -- Formal Metatheory Using Implicit Syntax, and an Application to Data Abstraction for Asynchronous Systems -- A Formalization of Static Analyses in System F -- On Explicit Reflection in Theorem Proving and Formal Verification -- Session 8: System Descriptions -- System Description: Kimba, A Model Generator for Many-Valued First-Order Logics -- System Description: Teyjus—A Compiler and Abstract Machine Based Implementation of ?Prolog -- Vampire -- System Abstract: E 0.3 -- Session 9 -- Invited Talk: Rewrite-Based Deduction and Symbolic Constraints -- Towards an Automatic Analysis of Security Protocols in First-Order Logic -- Session 10 -- A Confluent Connection Calculus -- Abstraction-Based Relevancy Testing for Model Elimination -- A Breadth-First Strategy for Mating Search -- Session 11: System Competitions -- The Design of the CADE-16 Inductive Theorem Prover Contest -- Session 12: System Descriptions -- System Description: Spass Version 1.0.0 -- K : A Theorem Prover for K -- System Description: CYNTHIA -- System Description: MCS: Model-Based Conjecture Searching -- Session 13 -- Embedding Programming Languages in Theorem Provers -- Extensional Higher-Order Paramodulation and RUE-Resolution -- Automatic Generation of Proof Search Strategies for Second-Order Logic.

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