Symlog automated advice in Fitch-style proof construction
Symlog is a system for learning symbolic logic by computer. One of Symlog's components is a built-in theorem prover designed around a powerful, yet highly intuitive, set of proof construction strategies. Its role is to act as an advisor to students engaged in the construction of formal proofs in Fitch-style natural deduction systems of prepositional and predicate logic.
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