A Generic Proof Checker

@inproceedings{Watson2001AGP,
  title={A Generic Proof Checker},
  author={Geoffrey Watson},
  year={2001}
}
The use of formal methods in software development seeks to increase our confidence in the resultant system. Their use often requires tool support, so the integrity of a development using formal methods is dependent on the integrity of the tool-set used. Specifically its integrity depends on the theorem prover, since in a typical formal development system the theorem prover is used to establish the validity of the proof obligations incurred by all the steps in the design and refinement process… CONTINUE READING

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