LIM+ challenge problems by RUE hyper-resolution
Our purpose is to discuss a series of experiments proposed by Bledsoe  using a general purpose theorem prover, complete for first order logic, based on the resolution principle of Robinson but enhanced by an extended definition of resolution which incorporates the axioms of equality.
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