Using Recursive Types to Reason about Hardware in Higher Order Logic (1988)

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by Thomas Melham
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Formalizing abstraction mechanisms . . . – Thomas Frederick Melham - 1990
39 Experience with embedding hardware description languages in HOL – Richard Boulton, Andrew Gordon, Mike Gordon, John Harrison, John Herbert, John Van Tassel - 1992
Transition Assertions: A Higher-Order Logic Based Method for the Specification and Verification of Real-Time Systems – Victor Alberto Carreno Coll - 1997
38 Abstraction Mechanisms for Hardware Verification – Thomas Melham - 1987
25 Hardware Verification using Monadic Second-Order Logic – David A. Basin, Nils Klarlund - 1995
18 Automata Based Symbolic Reasoning in Hardware Verification – David Basin, Nils Klarlund - 1998
59 Microprocessor Design Verification – Warren Hunt, Copyright Warren, A. Hunt - 1989
1 HOL Light Tutorial (for version 2.20). http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ jrh13/hol-light/tutorial 220.pdf – John Harrison
24 From LCF to HOL: a short history – Mike Gordon - 2000
9 HOL Light Tutorial (for version 2.20 – John Harrison - 2006
18 A Correctness Model for Pipelined Microprocessors – Phillip J. Windley, Michael L. Coe
Analyzing Java in Isabelle/HOL -- Formalization, . . . – David Von Oheimb - 2001
74 Automating Recursive Type Definitions in Higher Order Logic – Thomas Melham - 1988
Automating Recursive Type Definitions in Higher Order Logic – Edited G. Birtwistle, P. A. Subrahmanyam (springer-verlag, Thomas F. Melham
11 Translating Dependent Type Theory into Higher Order Logic – Bart Jacobs, Tom Melham - 1993
48 The Notion of Proof in Hardware Verification – Avra Cohn - 1989
Hardware Design and Theorem Proving – Jim Grundy, Intel Corporation, Tom Melham, Jim Grundy, Tom Melham
unknown title – David A. Fura, Phillip J. Windley, Gerald C. Cohen
59 Mechanizing Programming Logics in Higher Order Logic – Michael J. C. Gordon - 1989