### BibTeX

@MISC{Miller_findingunity,

author = {Dale Miller},

title = {Finding Unity in Computational Logic},

year = {}

}

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### Abstract

While logic was once developed to serve philosophers and mathematicians, it is increasingly serving the varied needs of computer scientists. In fact, recent decades have witnessed the creation of the new discipline of Computational Logic. While Computation Logic can claim involvement in many, diverse areas of computing, little has been done to systematize the foundations of this new discipline. Here, we envision a unity for Computational Logic organized around recent developments in the theory of sequent calculus proofs. We outline how new tools and methodologies can be developed around a boarder approach to computational logic. Computational logic, unity of logic, proof theory 1. SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE CORRECTNESS IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT Computer systems are everywhere in our societies and their integration with all parts of our lives is constantly increasing. There are a host of computer systems—such as those in cars, airplanes, missiles, hospital equipment—where correctness of software is