Tutorial: Using TPS for Higher-Order Theorem Proving and ETPS for Teaching Logic
TPS is an automated theorem proving system which can be used to prove theorems of first- or higher-order logic automatically, interactively, or in a combination of these modes of operation. Proofs in TPS are presented in natural deduction style. ETPS is a program which was obtained from TPS by deleting all the facilities for proving theorems automatically. ETPS can be used by students to learn how to prove theorems interactively. The objective of the tutorial is to teach participants how to make effective use of TPS and ETPS.
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