# Clausal reasoning for branching-time logics

@inproceedings{Zhang2010ClausalRF, title={Clausal reasoning for branching-time logics}, author={Lan Zhang}, year={2010} }

- Published 2010

Computation Tree Logic (CTL) is a branching-time temporal logic whose underlying model of time is a choice of possibilities branching into the future. It has been used in a wide variety of areas in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, such as temporal databases, hardware verification, program reasoning, multi-agent systems, and concurrent and distributed systems. In this thesis, firstly we present a refined clausal resolution calculus R CTL for CTL. The calculus requires a polynomial… CONTINUE READING

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