Managing Structural Information by Higher-Order Colored Unification

@article{Hutter2000ManagingSI,
  title={Managing Structural Information by Higher-Order Colored Unification},
  author={Dieter Hutter and Michael Kohlhase},
  journal={Journal of Automated Reasoning},
  year={2000},
  volume={25},
  pages={123-164}
}
Coloring terms (rippling) is a technique developed for inductive theorem proving that uses syntactic differences of terms to guide the proof search. Annotations (colors) to symbol occurrences in terms are used to maintain this information. This technique has several advantages; for example, it is highly goal oriented and involves little search. In this… CONTINUE READING