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Many sorted logics can increase deductive efficiency by eliminating useless branches of the search space, but usually this results in reduced expressiveness. The many sorted logic described here has several unusual features which not only increase expressiveness but also can reduce the search...
This article is the second of a series of articles discussing various open research problems in automated reasoning. The problem proposed for research focuses on finding criteria or metarules for choosing the inference rule(s) to be employed by the automated reasoning program in use when...
This paper presents some experiments using an automated theorem proving program (ATP) to prove theorems in nonassociative ring theory of varying difficulty. Several simple theorems proved by the program are discussed and other more difficult theorems that have been attempted are presented with...
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