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Defining and Reasoning About Recursive Functions: A Practical Tool for the Coq Proof Assistant
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We present a practical tool for defining and proving properties of recursive functions in the Coq proof assistant. Expand
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Automated Certified Proofs with CiME3
We present the rewriting toolkit CiME3. Amongst other original features, this version enjoys two kinds of engines: to handle and discover proofs of various properties of rewriting systems, and to Expand
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Certification of Automated Termination Proofs
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In the context of rewriting techniques, we aim at bridging the gap between proof assistants that yield formal guarantees of reliability and highly automated tools that do not. Expand
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A3PAT, an approach for certified automated termination proofs
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This paper presents the approach developed in Project A3PAT to discover and moreover certify, with full automation, termination proofs for term rewriting systems. Expand
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ShareX3D, a scientific collaborative 3D viewer over HTTP
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SCOS/V3D is based on two innovating concepts: the sharing of the processing results via the transfer of a X3D data file corresponding to the final virtual reality scene and communications based on HTTP to by-pass standard proxies and firewalls limitations. Expand
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Collaborative Scientific Visualization: The COLLAVIZ Framework
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This demonstration introduces new ways and approaches for exploring 3D scientific datasets obtained by numerical simulation. Expand
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Modeling of Plasma Probe Interactions With a PIC Code Using an Unstructured Mesh
A new Spacecraft Plasma Interaction Software has been developed in the frame of the Spacecraft Plasma Interaction Network (SPINE). This software is designed to simulate the kinetic processes of ionsExpand
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SPIS–UI, a NEW INTEGRATED MODELLING ENVIRONMENT for SPACE APPLCIATIONS
Introduction: the objectives of the SPIS project The main objective of the SPIS project is to offer an open source, homogenous and extensible range of numerical tools to model precisely spacecraftExpand
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A Weak Calculus with Explicit Operators for Pattern Matching and Substitution
  • J. Forest
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • RTA
  • 22 July 2002
In this paper we propose aWeak Lambda Calculus called ?Pw having explicit operators for Pattern Matching and Substitution. This formalism is able to specify functions defined by cases via patternExpand
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