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Isabelle/HOL: A Proof Assistant for Higher-Order Logic
This presentation discusses Functional Programming in HOL, which aims to provide students with an understanding of the programming language through the lens of Haskell.
A Proof Assistant for Higher-Order Logic
Term rewriting and all that
Isabelle: A Generic Theorem Prover
This book discusses theories, terms and types, tactics, and theorems of Isabelle Theories as well as its application to proof management.
Higher-order critical pairs
- T. Nipkow
- Computer Science Proceedings Sixth Annual IEEE Symposium on…
- 15 July 1991
The notion of critical pair is generalized to higher-order rewrite systems, and the analog of the critical pair lemma is proved.
Nitpick: A Counterexample Generator for Higher-Order Logic Based on a Relational Model Finder
- J. Blanchette, T. Nipkow
- Computer Science, MathematicsInternational Conference on Interactive Theorem…
- 11 July 2010
Nitpick is a counterexample generator for Isabelle/HOL that builds on Kodkod, a SAT-based first-order relational model finder. Nitpick supports unbounded quantification, (co)inductive predicates and…
- T. Nipkow, Lawrence Charles Paulson, M. Wenzel
- Education, MedicineLecture Notes in Computer Science
This isabelle hol a proof assistant for higher order logic, it will really give you the good idea to be successful.
A machine-checked model for a Java-like language, virtual machine, and compiler
Jinja is a compromise between the realism of the language and the tractability and clarity of its formal semantics, and provides a unified model of the source language, the virtual machine, and the compiler.
Higher-Order Rewrite Systems and Their Confluence
The Isabelle Framework
- M. Wenzel, Lawrence Charles Paulson, T. Nipkow
- Computer ScienceInternational Conference on Theorem Proving in…
- 18 August 2008
Isabelle, which is available from http://isabelle.in.tum.de , is a generic framework for interactive theorem proving. The Isabelle/Puremeta-logic allows the formalization of the syntax and inference…