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Automated Deduction - CADE-16

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This volume contains the papers presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE-16), held in Trento, Italy, July 7{10, 1999, and hosted by Istituto Trentino di Cultura { Centro per la ricerca scientic a e tecnologica (ITC-IRST). The year 1999 marks the 25th anniv- sary of CADE. Since their inception in 1974 at Argonne National Laboratory, the CADE conferences have matured into the major forum for presentation of research in all aspects of automated deduction. CADE-16 was one of the conferences participating in the 1999 Federated LogicConference (FLoC). FLoC 99was the second Federated LogicConference; the r st took place in 1996 and was hosted by DIMACS at Rutgers University, NewBrunswick, NJ.TheintentionoftheFederatedLogicConferences istobring together as a synergetic group several conferences that apply logic to computer science. Theother participatingconferences in FLoC 99were theEleventh Int- national Conference on Computer-Aided Veri cation (CAV 99), the Fourteenth IEEE Symposium on Logic inComputer Science (LICS 99), and the Tenth C- ference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications (RTA-99). Eighty-three papers were submitted to CADE-16: 67 regular papers and 16 system descriptions. Each of the submissions was reviewed by at least four programcommitteemembers, andanelectronicprogramcommitteemeeting was held through the Internet. Of the 83 papers, 21 regular papers and 15 system descriptions were accepted. In addition, this volume contains full papers by two of the four invited speakers, Erich Gr adel and Robert Nieuwenhuis, along with an abstract of Tobias Nipkow s invited lecture. Zohar Manna gave an invited talk in a plenary session with CAV.

Includes supplementary material:

Session 1.- A Dynamic Programming Approach to Categorial Deduction.- Tractable Transformations from Modal Provability Logics into First-Order Logic.- Session 2.- Decision Procedures for Guarded Logics.- A PSpace Algorithm for Graded Modal Logic.- Session 3.- Solvability of Context Equations with Two Context Variables Is Decidable.- Complexity of the Higher Order Matching.- Solving Equational Problems Efficiently.- Session 4.- VSDITLU: A Verifiable Symbolic Definite Integral Table Look-Up.- A Framework for the Flexible Integration of a Class of Decision Procedures into Theorem Provers.- Presenting Proofs in a Human-Oriented Way.- Session 5.- On the Universal Theory of Varieties of Distributive Lattices with Operators: Some Decidability and Complexity Results.- Maslov's Class K Revisited.- Prefixed Resolution: A Resolution Method for Modal and Description Logics.- Session 6: System Descriptions.- System Description: Twelf A Meta-Logical Framework for Deductive Systems.- System Description: inka 5.0 - A Logic Voyager.- System Description: CutRes 0.1: Cut Elimination by Resolution.- System Description: MathWeb, an Agent-Based Communication Layer for Distributed Automated Theorem Proving.- System Description Using OBDD's for the Validationof Skolem Verification Conditions.- Fault-Tolerant Distributed Theorem Proving.- System Description: Waldmeister Improvements in Performance and Ease of Use.- Session 7.- Formal Metatheory Using Implicit Syntax, and an Application to Data Abstraction for Asynchronous Systems.- A Formalization of Static Analyses in System F.- On Explicit Reflection in Theorem Proving and Formal Verification.- Session 8: System Descriptions.- System Description: Kimba, A Model Generator for Many-Valued First-Order Logics.- System Description: TeyjusA Compiler and Abstract Machine Based Implementation of ?Prolog.- Vampire.- System Abstract: E 0.3.- Session 9.- Invited Talk: Rewrite-Based Deduction and Symbolic Constraints.- Towards an Automatic Analysis of Security Protocols in First-Order Logic.- Session 10.- A Confluent Connection Calculus.- Abstraction-Based Relevancy Testing for Model Elimination.- A Breadth-First Strategy for Mating Search.- Session 11: System Competitions.- The Design of the CADE-16 Inductive Theorem Prover Contest.- Session 12: System Descriptions.- System Description: Spass Version 1.0.0.- K : A Theorem Prover for K.- System Description: CYNTHIA.- System Description: MCS: Model-Based Conjecture Searching.- Session 13.- Embedding Programming Languages in Theorem Provers.- Extensional Higher-Order Paramodulation and RUE-Resolution.- Automatic Generation of Proof Search Strategies for Second-Order Logic.


Titel: Automated Deduction - CADE-16
Untertitel: 16th International Conference on Automated Deduction, Trento, Italy, July 7-10, 1999, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540662228
ISBN: 3540662227
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 452
Gewicht: 680g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T24mm
Jahr: 1999
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1999

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