AIC Seminar Series
High Performance Lean Theorem Proving
|Jens Otten||University of Potsdam, Germany||[Home Page]|
Notice: Hosted by Richard Waldinger. Note the non-usual weekday (Tuesday)
Date: 2010-09-21 at 16:00
Location: EJ228 (SRI E Building). Slides via WebEx from 3:45pm on, sound at 1-888-355-1249, 749045 (Directions)
leanCoP is an automated theorem prover for classical first-order logic. It is implemented in Prolog and the source code of the core proof search algorithm is only a few lines long. Despite it's compact size, leanCoP is currently one of the fastest theorem provers that output a proof.
We introduce the underlying basic calculus, describe a few essential techniques to prune the search space, and present details of the actual implementation. Furthermore, we explain how leanCoP can be extended to deal with intuitionistic logic as well as with linear integer arithmetic.
See leanCoP's home page at www.leancop.de for more details.
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