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Automated Theorem Proving in Software Engineering

Schumann, Johann M.

2001, XIV, 228 p.

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From the reviews:

"Automated Theorem Proving by Johann M. Schumann is an excellent survey on the application of the latter (classical) kind of ATP to the field of software engineering. … I most enjoyed its open, and necessary, criticism of common practice in the theorem proving community of ignoring the basic principles of software engineering … . It is a good systematic textbook that makes ATP more accessible to software engineers. It will be useful in teaching as well as in practice … ." (Florian Kammuller, Software Testing, Verification and Reliability, Vol. 12 (3), 2002)

"The structure and capabilities of Automated Theorem Provers (ATP) are presented in depth. … The book is very useful for software engineers who may learn how to apply the ATP for specific tasks in their field. … The book is also recommended to developers of ATP (be they mathematicians, logicians or computer scientists), who may find here suggestions for future work needed in order to improve the practical usability of their products in software industry." (Mihai Cipu, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 977, 2002)

 

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