Towards the Automated Generation of Focused Proof Systems

@inproceedings{Nigam2015TowardsTA,
  title={Towards the Automated Generation of Focused Proof Systems},
  author={Vivek Nigam and Giselle Reis and Leonardo Lima},
  booktitle={WoF'15},
  year={2015}
}
  • Vivek Nigam, Giselle Reis, Leonardo Lima
  • Published in WoF'15 2015
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • This paper tackles the problem of formulating and proving the completeness of focused-like proof systems in an automated fashion. Focusing is a discipline on proofs which structures them into phases in order to reduce proof search non-determinism. We demonstrate that it is possible to construct a complete focused proof system from a given un-focused proof system if it satisfies some conditions. Our key idea is to generalize the completeness proof based on permutation lemmas given by Miller and… CONTINUE READING

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