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First prototype of an Isabelle/HOL-to-LeoII interface
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During this talk I’ll describe the development of an extension of Isabelle/HOL which translates problems for input to LeoII. I’ll briefly outline the goals which this is hoped to achieve, give an overview of the first prototype and its shortcomings, and detail some of the improvements for the next revision. These improvements are intended to assure the sound encoding of Isabelle/HOL theories into Leo2’s frugal system.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Automated Reasoning Group Lunches series.
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