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Interactive Theorem Proving

First International Conference, ITP 2010 Edinburgh, UK, July 11-14, 2010, Proceedings

Kaufmann, Matt, Paulson, Lawrence C. (Eds.)

2010, XI, 495p. 82 illus..

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This volume contains the papers presented at ITP 2010: the First International ConferenceonInteractiveTheoremProving. It washeldduring July11–14,2010 in Edinburgh, Scotland as part of the Federated Logic Conference (FLoC, July 9–21, 2010) alongside the other FLoC conferences and workshops. ITP combines the communities of two venerable meetings: the TPHOLs c- ference and the ACL2 workshop. The former conference originated in 1988 as a workshop for users of the HOL proof assistant. The ?rst two meetings were at the University of Cambridge, but afterwards they were held in a variety of venues. By 1992, the workshop acquired the name Higher-Order Logic Theorem Proving and Its Applications. In 1996, it was christened anew as Theorem Pr- ing in Higher-Order Logics, TPHOLs for short, and was henceforth organizedas a conference. Each of these transitions broadened the meeting’s scope from the original HOL system to include other proof assistants based on forms of high- order logic, including Coq, Isabelle and PVS. TPHOLs has regularly published research done using ACL2 (the modern version of the well-known Boyer-Moore theorem prover), even though ACL2 implements a unique computational form of ?rst-order logic. The ACL2 community has run its own series of workshops since1999. BymergingTPHOLswith the ACL2workshop,weinclude a broader community of researchers who work with interactive proof tools. With our enlarged community, it was not surprising that ITP attracted a record-breaking 74 submissions, each of which was reviewed by at least three Programme Committee members.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » ARM processor - compiler optimizations - computational geometry - consistency checking - cryptographic proofs - declarative proofs - formal verification - inductive proof - interactive theorem proving - kleene algebras - proof theory - proving - rewriting sytems - set theory - verification

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Immunology - Software Engineering - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Invited Talks.- A Formally Verified OS Kernel. Now What?.- Proof Assistants as Teaching Assistants: A View from the Trenches.- Proof Pearls.- A Certified Denotational Abstract Interpreter.- Using a First Order Logic to Verify That Some Set of Reals Has No Lesbegue Measure.- A New Foundation for Nominal Isabelle.- (Nominal) Unification by Recursive Descent with Triangular Substitutions.- A Formal Proof of a Necessary and Sufficient Condition for Deadlock-Free Adaptive Networks.- Regular Papers.- Extending Coq with Imperative Features and Its Application to SAT Verification.- A Tactic Language for Declarative Proofs.- Programming Language Techniques for Cryptographic Proofs.- Nitpick: A Counterexample Generator for Higher-Order Logic Based on a Relational Model Finder.- Formal Proof of a Wave Equation Resolution Scheme: The Method Error.- An Efficient Coq Tactic for Deciding Kleene Algebras.- Fast LCF-Style Proof Reconstruction for Z3.- The Optimal Fixed Point Combinator.- Formal Study of Plane Delaunay Triangulation.- Reasoning with Higher-Order Abstract Syntax and Contexts: A Comparison.- A Trustworthy Monadic Formalization of the ARMv7 Instruction Set Architecture.- Automated Machine-Checked Hybrid System Safety Proofs.- Coverset Induction with Partiality and Subsorts: A Powerlist Case Study.- Case-Analysis for Rippling and Inductive Proof.- Importing HOL Light into Coq.- A Mechanized Translation from Higher-Order Logic to Set Theory.- The Isabelle Collections Framework.- Interactive Termination Proofs Using Termination Cores.- A Framework for Formal Verification of Compiler Optimizations.- On the Formalization of the Lebesgue Integration Theory in HOL.- From Total Store Order to Sequential Consistency: A Practical Reduction Theorem.- Equations: A Dependent Pattern-Matching Compiler.- A Mechanically Verified AIG-to-BDD Conversion Algorithm.- Inductive Consequences in the Calculus of Constructions.- Validating QBF Invalidity in HOL4.- Rough Diamonds.- Higher-Order Abstract Syntax in Isabelle/HOL.- Separation Logic Adapted for Proofs by Rewriting.- Developing the Algebraic Hierarchy with Type Classes in Coq.

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