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Single axioms for odd exponent groups

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Abstract

With the aid of automated reasoning techniques, we show that all previously known short single axioms for odd exponent groups are special cases of one general schema. We also demonstrate how to convert the proofs generated by an automated reasoning system into proofs understandable by a human.

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Authors supported by NSF Grant DMS-9100665

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Hart, J., Kunen, K. Single axioms for odd exponent groups. J Autom Reasoning 14, 383–412 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00881714

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Key words

  • single axioms
  • odd exponent group

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  • 68T15
  • 20A05