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We discuss the practical results obtained by the first generation of automated theorem provers based on Deduction modulo theory. In particular, we demonstrate the concrete improvements such a framework can bring to first-order theorem provers with the introduction of a rewrite feature. Deduction...
Automated formal verification is often based on the Counterexample-Guided Abstraction Refinement (CEGAR) approach. Many variants of CEGAR have been developed over the years as different problem domains usually require different strategies for efficient verification. This has lead to generic and...
Locales, the module system of the theorem prover Isabelle, were designed so that developments in abstract algebra could be represented faithfully and concisely. Whether these goals were met is assessed through a case study. Parts of an algebra textbook, Jacobson’s Basic Algebra, that are...
Error-correcting codes add redundancy to transmitted data to ensure reliable communication over noisy channels. Since they form the foundations of digital communication, their correctness is a matter of concern. To enable trustful verification of linear error-correcting codes, we have been...
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