Sharing a Library between Proof Assistants: Reaching out to the HOL Family

@article{Thir2018SharingAL,
  title={Sharing a Library between Proof Assistants: Reaching out to the HOL Family},
  author={François Thir{\'e}},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1807.01873},
  pages={57-71}
}
  • François Thiré
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • CoRR
  • We observe today a large diversity of proof systems. This diversity has the negative consequence that a lot of theorems are proved many times. Unlike programming languages, it is difficult for these systems to co-operate because they do not implement the same logic. Logical frameworks are a class of theorem provers that overcome this issue by their capacity of implementing various logics. In this work, we study the STTforall logic, an extension of Simple Type Theory that has been encoded in the… CONTINUE READING
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