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Progress Report on Leo-II, an Automatic Theorem Prover for Higher-Order Logic

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Leo-II is a resolution based theorem prover for classical higher-order logic (Church’s simple type theory). We report on the current stage of development of Leo-II. In particular, we sketch some main aspects of Leo-II’s automated proof search procedure, discuss its cooperation with first-order specialist provers, and show that Leo-II is also an interactive proof assistant. We also sketch Leo-II’s shared term data structure and its term indexing mechanism. Finally, we present some first performance results.

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

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