Automated Reasoning

Automated Reasoning

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Automated Reasoning, IJCAR 2006, held in Seattle, WA, USA in August 2006 as part of the 4th Federated Logic Conference, FLoC 2006. IJCAR 2006 is a merger of CADE, FroCoS, FTP, TABLEAUX, and TPHOLs. The 41 revised full research papers and 8 revised system descriptions presented together with 3 invited papers and a summary of a systems competition were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 152 submissions. The papers address the entire spectrum of research in automated reasoning including formalization of mathematics, proof theory, proof search, description logics, interactive proof checking, higher-order logic, combination methods, satisfiability procedures, and rewriting. The papers are organized in topical sections on proofs, search, higher-order logic, proof theory, search, proof checking, combination, decision procedures, CASC-J3, rewriting, and description logic.The right sides of token and macro rules are lex-ready regular expressions, except that a€œalt; agt;a€ need to be converted to a€œ{ }a€. 3. System. Description. This section describes the system that evaluates a proposed HOTPTP language, based on a BNF2 specification document produced manually. ... say hotptp-bnf2.txt, into a pair of files, hotptp-1.lex0 and hotptp-1.y, which are input files for lex (or flex) and yacc (oranbsp;...

Title:Automated Reasoning
Author:Ulrich Furbach, Natarajan Shankar
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-08-03


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