Ivy

Ivy: A Preprocessor and Proof Checker for First-Order Logic. This case study shows how non-ACL2 programs can be combined with ACL2 functions in such a way that useful properties can be proved about the composite programs. Nothing is proved about the non-ACL2 programs Instead, the results of the non-ACL2 programs are checked at run time by ACL2 functions, and properties of these checker functions are proved. The application is resolution/paramodulation automated theorem proving for first-order logic. The top ACL2 function takes a conjecture, preprocesses the conjecture, and calls a non-ACL2 program to search for a proof or countermodel. If the non-ACL2 program succeeds, ACL2 functions check the proof or countermodel. The top ACL2 function is proved sound with respect to finite interpretations.


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  1. Frumkin, Asya; Feldman, Yotam M.Y.; Lhoták, Ondřej; Padon, Oded; Sagiv, Mooly; Shoham, Sharon: Property directed reachability for proving absence of concurrent modification errors (2017)
  2. Konnov, Igor; Lazić, Marijana; Veith, Helmut; Widder, Josef: $\textPara^2$: parameterized path reduction, acceleration, and SMT for reachability in threshold-guarded distributed algorithms (2017)
  3. Davis, Jared; Myreen, Magnus O.: The reflective Milawa theorem prover is sound (down to the machine code that runs it) (2015)
  4. Kaliszyk, Cezary; Urban, Josef: Learning-assisted automated reasoning with $\mathsfFlyspeck$ (2014)
  5. Blanchette, Jasmin Christian; Böhme, Sascha; Paulson, Lawrence C.: Extending Sledgehammer with SMT solvers (2013)
  6. C. Dunchev, A. Leitsch, T. Libal, M. Riener, M. Rukhaia, D. Weller, B. Woltzenlogel Paleo: PROOFTOOL: a GUI for the GAPT Framework (2013) arXiv
  7. Hetzl, Stefan; Libal, Tomer; Riener, Martin; Rukhaia, Mikheil: Understanding resolution proofs through herbrand’s theorem (2013)
  8. Kaliszyk, Cezary; Urban, Josef: PRocH: proof reconstruction for HOL Light (2013)
  9. Blanchette, Jasmin Christian; Popescu, Andrei; Wand, Daniel; Weidenbach, Christoph: More SPASS with Isabelle. Superposition with hard sorts and configurable simplification (2012)
  10. Wiedijk, Freek: Pollack-inconsistency (2012)
  11. Araújo, João; McCune, William: Computer solutions of problems in inverse semigroups. (2010)
  12. Kaufmann, Matt; Moore, J. Strother; Ray, Sandip; Reeber, Erik: Integrating external deduction tools with ACL2 (2009)
  13. Sutcliffe, Geoff: The TPTP problem library and associated infrastructure and associated infrastructure. The FOF and CNF parts, v3.5.0 (2009)
  14. Urban, Josef; Sutcliffe, Geoff: ATP-based cross-verification of Mizar proofs: method, systems, and first experiments (2008)
  15. Bonichon, Richard; Delahaye, David; Doligez, Damien: Zenon: An extensible automated theorem prover producing checkable proofs (2007)
  16. Urban, Josef; Sutcliffe, Geoff: ATP cross-verification of the Mizar MPTP challenge problems (2007)
  17. Harrison, John: Towards self-verification of HOL Light (2006)
  18. Sutcliffe, Geoff; Schulz, Stephan; Claessen, Koen; Van Gelder, Allen: Using the TPTP language for writing derivations and finite interpretations (2006)
  19. de Nivelle, Hans: Translation of resolution proofs into short first-order proofs without choice axioms (2005)
  20. Denney, Ewen; Fischer, Bernd; Schumann, Johann: Using automated theorem provers to certify auto-generated aerospace software (2004)

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