LeoPARD -- a generic platform for the implementation of higher-order reasoners. LeoPARD supports the implementation of knowledge representation and reasoning tools for higher-order logic(s). It combines a sophisticated data structure layer (polymorphically typed λ-calculus with nameless spine notation, explicit substitutions, and perfect term sharing) with an ambitious multi-agent blackboard architecture (supporting prover parallelism at the term, clause, and search level). Further features of LeoPARD include a parser for all TPTP dialects, a command line interpreter, and generic means for the integration of external reasoners.
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- Wisniewski, Max; Steen, Alexander; Benzmüller, Christoph: LeoPARD -- a generic platform for the implementation of higher-order reasoners (2015)