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Automating proof by induction in Isabelle/HOL using domain-specific languages

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  • UserYutaka Nagashima, Czech University in Prague (CTU) & University of Innsbruck
  • ClockWednesday 04 March 2020, 10:00-10:20
  • HouseComputer Lab, FW11.

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Isabelle/HOL offers the induction tactic to facilitate inductive proofs. However, it still requires human ingenuity to decide what arguments to pass to the induction tactic. To automate this process, I developed two domain-specific languages, PSL and LiFtEr. PSL attempts to find out the right combination of arguments to the induction tactic through a search, whereas LiFtEr identifies promising combinations of arguments without relying on a search. Our evaluation demonstrated that PSL and LiFtEr produce valuable recommendations across problem domains.

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