The Design of the CADE-16 Inductive Theorem Prover Contest
It has become a tradition at CADE to run a competition for first-order automated theorem provers based on the TPTP problem library. This competition (CASC) [SuSu96] aims at fully automatic ATP systems and provides various categories dedicated to diffirent problem classes of rst-order logic. The number of problems solved and the runtime is used to assess the winners in the individual categories of the competition.
KeywordsTheorem Prove Proof Obligation Induction Scheme Program Synthesis Problem Library
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