JProver
JProver: Integrating connection-based theorem proving into interactive proof assistants. JProver is a first-order intuitionistic theorem prover that creates sequent-style proof objects and can serve as a proof engine in interactive proof assistants with expressive constructive logics. This paper gives a brief overview of JProver’s proof technique, the generation of proof objects, and its integration into the Nuprl proof development system.
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