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MetaSynthesis  Deriving Programs that Develop Programs
"... The origins of this work go back to research on building systems for the automatic synthesis of programs from specifications, extending the capabilities of existing ones, making several systems cooperate, and integrating them into a larger programming environment. The experiences were rather frustr ..."
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The origins of this work go back to research on building systems for the automatic synthesis of programs from specifications, extending the capabilities of existing ones, making several systems cooperate, and integrating them into a larger programming environment. The experiences were rather frustrating. Program synthesis systems tend to be ad hoc implementations rather than being built systematically and well structured. It is not surprising that they have the same problems as other software products: there are all kinds of unexpected bugs, maintanance and modifications become increasingly difficult, and cooperation with other synthesizers is nearly impossible despite of the fact that ideas behind the synthesis strategies show many similarities if explained verbally. Apart from human shortcomings the main reason for this problem lies in a lack of formality in the steps from describing an idea on paper to its realization on a computer. Such formality, however, is difficult to achieve, extremely time consuming, and slows down the initial progress of a synthesis system. This is a price which many scientists are not willing to pay. On the other hand, the insufficiencies of current “ad hoc ” systems are hardly acceptable — and there are no exceptions — and there is a need for tools supporting the systematic and
A Theory and its Metatheory in FS 0
"... . Feferman has proposed FS 0 , a theory of finitary inductive systems, as a framework theory that allows a user to reason both in and about an encoded theory. I look here at how practical FS 0 really is. To this end I formalise a sequent calculus presentation of classical propositional logic, and sh ..."
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. Feferman has proposed FS 0 , a theory of finitary inductive systems, as a framework theory that allows a user to reason both in and about an encoded theory. I look here at how practical FS 0 really is. To this end I formalise a sequent calculus presentation of classical propositional logic, and show this can be used for work in both the theory and the metatheory. the latter is illustrated with a discussion of a proof of Gentzen's Hauptsatz. Contents x 1 Introduction 2 x 1.1 Background : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 2 x 1.2 Outline of paper : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 3 x 2 The theory FS 0 and notational conventions 4 x 2.1 What is FS 0 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4 x 3 An informal description of Gentzen's calculus 5 x 3.1 The language : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 5 x 3.2 The calculus for classical propositional logic : : : : : : : : : : : : 6 x 4 Formalising the ...
A new implementation of Automath
 Journal of Automated Reasoning
"... Abstract. This paper presents aut, a modern Automath checker. It is a straightforward reimplementation of the Zandleven Automath checker from the seventies. It was implemented about five years ago, in the programming language C. It accepts both the AUT68 and AUTQE dialects of Automath. This progr ..."
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Abstract. This paper presents aut, a modern Automath checker. It is a straightforward reimplementation of the Zandleven Automath checker from the seventies. It was implemented about five years ago, in the programming language C. It accepts both the AUT68 and AUTQE dialects of Automath. This program was written to restore a damaged version of Jutting’s translation of Landau’s Grundlagen. Some notable features: − It is fast. On a 1GHz machine it will check the full Jutting formalization (736K of nonwhitespace Automath source) in 0.6 seconds. − Its implementation of λterms does not use named variables or de Bruijn indices (the two common approaches) but instead uses a graph representation. In this representation variables are represented by pointers to a binder. − The program can compile an Automath text into one big ‘Automath single line’ style λterm. It outputs such a term using de Bruijn indices. (These λterms cannot be checked by modern systems like Coq or Agda, because the λtyped λcalculi of de Bruijn are different from the Πtyped λcalculi of modern type theory.) The source of aut is freely available on the Web at the address
The ChurchRosser Property for Pure Type Systems with βηreduction
, 1992
"... this paper is to give a proof of the ChurchRosser property (or confluence) with respect to ## reduction for type theories with labelled lambda abstraction. This property is interesting in general since many other useful properties of a system depends on it and it is crucial when trying to use such ..."
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this paper is to give a proof of the ChurchRosser property (or confluence) with respect to ## reduction for type theories with labelled lambda abstraction. This property is interesting in general since many other useful properties of a system depends on it and it is crucial when trying to use such systems as framework for defining logics. The usual way of encoding logics in these frameworks implies that proof checking corresponds to type checking, and since we want proof checking to be decidable we also need decidability of the frameworks. Strong Normalization and the Church Rosser property give us an algorithm to decide if two wellformed types are equal, simply compute the two terms to normal forms and see if they are identical. This together with Subject Reduction (typing is preserved by reduction) and Uniqness of Types (the type of a term is unique modulo equality on types) give a quite simple algorithm for type checking, not involving higher order unification or backtracking. Subject Reduction alone is also an important property in general, this ensures a certain kind of soundness of a type system, reduction or computation does not change the typing of a term. The standard way of establishing these properties when only # reduction is present is to use the fact that the ChurchRosser property is true for the preset of terms (labeled lambda terms in general) and from this again one can establish Subject Reduction. Though Uniqness of Types is not true for arbitrary type systems the standard proof strategy also use the ChurchRosser property. When it comes to Strong Normalization the ChurchRosser property is usually used in the proofs. With labelled systems one often translate them into unlabelled ones in a way that preserve reduction. Since the unlabelled systems a...
M.: NonDeterminism, NonTermination and the Strong Normalization of System T
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Um Ceclo de Computeraçao
"... Brasiliá 2010Welcome to the fastest developing and most influential subject: Computer Science • Computer Science is by nature highly applied and needs much precision, foundation and theory. • Computer Science is highly interdisciplinary bringing many subjects together in ways that were not possible ..."
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Brasiliá 2010Welcome to the fastest developing and most influential subject: Computer Science • Computer Science is by nature highly applied and needs much precision, foundation and theory. • Computer Science is highly interdisciplinary bringing many subjects together in ways that were not possible before. • Many recent scientific results (e.g., in chemistry) would not have been possible without computers. • The Kepler Conjecture: no packing of congruent balls in Euclidean space has density greater than the density of the facecentered cubic packing. • Sam Ferguson and Tom Hales proved the Kepler Conjecture in 1998, but it was not published until 2006. • The Flyspeck project aims to give a formal proof of the Kepler Conjecture.
MathLang: A language for Mathematics
, 2004
"... Parts of this talk are based on joint work with Nederpelt [4] and Maarek and Wells [5] ..."
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Parts of this talk are based on joint work with Nederpelt [4] and Maarek and Wells [5]