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Inhalt Independently Checkable Proofs from Decision Procedures: Issues and Progress.- Zap: Automated Theorem Proving for Software ... Weiterlesen
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Independently Checkable Proofs from Decision Procedures: Issues and Progress.- Zap: Automated Theorem Proving for Software Analysis.- Decision Procedures for SAT, SAT Modulo Theories and Beyond. The BarcelogicTools.- Scaling Up: Computers vs. Common Sense.- A New Constraint Solver for 3D Lattices and Its Application to the Protein Folding Problem.- Disjunctive Constraint Lambda Calculi.- Computational Issues in Exploiting Dependent And-Parallelism in Logic Programming: Leftness Detection in Dynamic Search Trees.- The nomore?+?+ Approach to Answer Set Solving.- Optimizing the Runtime Processing of Types in Polymorphic Logic Programming Languages.- The Four Sons of Penrose.- An Algorithmic Account of Ehrenfeucht Games on Labeled Successor Structures.- Second-Order Principles in Specification Languages for Object-Oriented Programs.- Strong Normalization of the Dual Classical Sequent Calculus.- Termination of Fair Computations in Term Rewriting.- On Confluence of Infinitary Combinatory Reduction Systems.- Matching with Regular Constraints.- Recursive Path Orderings Can Also Be Incremental.- Automating Coherent Logic.- The Theorema Environment for Interactive Proof Development.- A First Order Extension of Stålmarck's Method.- Regular Derivations in Basic Superposition-Based Calculi.- On the Finite Satisfiability Problem for the Guarded Fragment with Transitivity.- Deciding Separation Logic Formulae by SAT and Incremental Negative Cycle Elimination.- Monotone AC-Tree Automata.- On the Specification of Sequent Systems.- Verifying and Reflecting Quantifier Elimination for Presburger Arithmetic.- Integration of a Software Model Checker into Isabelle.- Experimental Evaluation of Classical Automata Constructions.- Automatic Validation of Transformation Rules for Java Verification Against a Rewriting Semantics.- Reasoning About Incompletely Defined Programs.- Model Checking Abstract State Machines with Answer Set Programming.- Characterizing Provability in BI's Pointer Logic Through Resource Graphs.- A Unified Memory Model for Pointers.- Treewidth in Verification: Local vs. Global.- Pushdown Module Checking.- Functional Correctness Proofs of Encryption Algorithms.- Towards Automated Proof Support for Probabilistic Distributed Systems.- Algebraic Intruder Deductions.- Satisfiability Checking for PC(ID).- Pool Resolution and Its Relation to Regular Resolution and DPLL with Clause Learning.- Another Complete Local Search Method for SAT.- Inference from Controversial Arguments.- Programming Cognitive Agents in Defeasible Logic.- The Relationship Between Reasoning About Privacy and Default Logics.- Comparative Similarity, Tree Automata, and Diophantine Equations.- Analytic Tableaux for KLM Preferential and Cumulative Logics.- Bounding Resource Consumption with Gödel-Dummett Logics.- On Interpolation in Existence Logics.- Incremental Integrity Checking: Limitations and Possibilities.- Concepts of Automata Construction from LTL.

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Titel: Logic for Programming, Artificial Intelligence, and Reasoning
Untertitel: 12th International Conference, LPAR 2005, Montego Bay, Jamaica, December 2-6, 2005, Proceedings
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EAN: 9783540316503
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Anzahl Seiten: 744
Veröffentlichung: 24.11.2005
Dateigrösse: 7.4 MB

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