Congruence Closure Modulo Permutation Equations

@inproceedings{Kim2021CongruenceCM,
  title={Congruence Closure Modulo Permutation Equations},
  author={Dohan Kim and Christopher Lynch},
  booktitle={SCSS},
  year={2021}
}
We present a framework for constructing congruence closure modulo permutation equations, which extends the abstract congruence closure [7] framework for handling permutation function symbols. Our framework also handles certain interpreted function symbols satisfying each of the following properties: idempotency (I), nilpotency (N), unit (U), I∪U , or N∪U . Moreover, it yields convergent rewrite systems corresponding to ground equations containing permutation function symbols. We show that… 

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