SMTInterpol: An Interpolating SMT Solver

  title={SMTInterpol: An Interpolating SMT Solver},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Christ and Jochen Hoenicke and Alexander Nutz},
Craig interpolation is an active research topic and has become a powerful technique in verification. We present SMTInterpol, an interpolating SMT solver for the quantifier free fragment of the combination of the theory of uninterpreted functions and the theory of linear arithmetic over integers and reals. A core feature of SMTInterpol is the computation of an inductive sequence of interpolants from a single proof of unsatisfiability. SMTInterpol is SMTLIB 2 compliant and available under an open… CONTINUE READING
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