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ANR Paral-ITP, Kick-off meeting


02 November 2011, 09h00 - 02 November 2011, 18h30
Salle/Bat : 465/PCRI-N
Contact : Burkhart Wolff

Activités de recherche :

Résumé :
Interactive theorem proving is a technology of fundamental importance for mathematics and computer science.
Interactive development of larger and larger proofs increases the demand for computing power, which means explicit
parallelism on current multicore hardware.
The project intends to overcome the sequential model both for Coq and Isabelle, to make the
resources of multi-core hardware available for even larger proof developments. Beyond traditional processing
of proof scripts as sequence of proof commands, and batchloading of theory modules, there is a large space of
possibilities and challenges for pervasive parallelism. This a ffects many layers of each prover system: basic
computational structures, inference kernel, tactical programming, proof command language, and interactive
front-ends.

Project Web Page: http://paral-itp.lri.fr/

Pour en savoir plus : http://www.lri.fr/~wolff/
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