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DECLARE: A Prototype Declarative Proof System for Higher Order Logic

@inproceedings{Syme1997DECLAREAP,
  title={DECLARE: A Prototype Declarative Proof System for Higher Order Logic},
  author={Don Syme},
  year={1997}
}
  • Don Syme
  • Published 1997
  • Mathematics
  • This report describes DECLARE, a prototype implementation of a declarative proof system for simple higher order logic. The purpose of DECLARE is to explore mechanisms of speci cation and proof that may be incorporated into other theorem provers. It has been developed to aid with reasoning about operational descriptions of systems and languages. Proofs in DECLARE are expressed as proof outlines, in a language that approximates written mathematics. The proof language includes specialised… CONTINUE READING

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