Quantifier-free interpolation in combinations of equality interpolating theories

  title={Quantifier-free interpolation in combinations of equality interpolating theories},
  author={Roberto Bruttomesso and Silvio Ghilardi and Silvio Ranise},
  journal={ACM Trans. Comput. Log.},
The use of interpolants in verification is gaining more and more importance. Since theories used in applications are usually obtained as (disjoint) combinations of simpler theories, it is important to modularly reuse interpolation algorithms for the component theories. We show that a sufficient and necessary condition to do this for quantifier-free interpolation is that the component theories have the strong (sub-)amalgamation property. Then, we provide an equivalent syntactic characterization… CONTINUE READING

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