Milestones for Automated Reasoning with Otter

@article{Wos2006MilestonesFA,
  title={Milestones for Automated Reasoning with Otter},
  author={Larry Wos},
  journal={International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={3-20}
}
In the beginning (the early 1960s), the long-term goal of automated reasoning (although the field at the time was not known by that name) was the design and implementation of a program whose use would lead to "real" and significant contributions to mathematics by offering sufficient power for the discovery of proofs. The realization of that goal appeared to be at least six decades in the future. However, with amazement and satisfaction, we can report that fewer than four decades were required… CONTINUE READING

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