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A Formalisation of Finite Automata in Isabelle/HOL

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As part of the CAVA project (, I developed a library for finite automata in Isabelle/HOL. This library provides high-level, abstract definitions as well as low-level, executable ones. The first part of this talk will give an overview of this library. Then, a Presburger Arithmetic-case study will be used to demonstrate, how the library can be used. Finally, the implementation of Hopcroft’s algorithm will be discussed in detail.

This talk was originally sheduled for 23rd October 2012, but cancelled due to illness.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Automated Reasoning Group Lunches series.

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