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(new) eprover-doc-html_1.0.004-1_all.deb extra science
Theorem prover for first-order logic with equality - HTML doc
E is a fully automatic theorem prover for full first-order logic with
equality. It accepts a mathematical specification and, optionally, a
hypothesis, and tries to prove the hypothesis and/or find a
saturation representing a (counter-)model for the specification.
.
E is based on a purely equational problem representation and
implements a variant of the superposition calculus. Proof search can
be guided with a multitude of options or a powerful automatic
configuration mode. The system can process input in a number of
different formats, including the standard TPTP-2 and TPTP-3
formats. It can generate proof objects in PCL2 or TPTP-3/TSTP
format.
.
E is considered one of the most powerful and friendly automated
theorem provers for first-order logic. It has consistently been among
the top system in the major categories of the CASC system competition,
and usually been the strongest free software system.
.
This package contains E's documentation in HTML format.
(new) eprover-examples_1.0.004-1_all.deb extra science
Theorem prover for first-order logic with equality - examples
E is a fully automatic theorem prover for full first-order logic with
equality. It accepts a mathematical specification and, optionally, a
hypothesis, and tries to prove the hypothesis and/or find a
saturation representing a (counter-)model for the specification.
.
E is based on a purely equational problem representation and
implements a variant of the superposition calculus. Proof search can
be guided with a multitude of options or a powerful automatic
configuration mode. The system can process input in a number of
different formats, including the standard TPTP-2 and TPTP-3
formats. It can generate proof objects in PCL2 or TPTP-3/TSTP
format.
.
E is considered one of the most powerful and friendly automated
theorem provers for first-order logic. It has consistently been among
the top system in the major categories of the CASC system competition,
and usually been the strongest free software system.
.
This package contains several sample inputs to try E on.
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(new) eprover_1.0.004-1_i386.deb extra science
Theorem prover for first-order logic with equality
E is a fully automatic theorem prover for full first-order logic with
equality. It accepts a mathematical specification and, optionally, a
hypothesis, and tries to prove the hypothesis and/or find a
saturation representing a (counter-)model for the specification.
.
E is based on a purely equational problem representation and
implements a variant of the superposition calculus. Proof search can
be guided with a multitude of options or a powerful automatic
configuration mode. The system can process input in a number of
different formats, including the standard TPTP-2 and TPTP-3
formats. It can generate proof objects in PCL2 or TPTP-3/TSTP
format.
.
E is considered one of the most powerful and friendly automated
theorem provers for first-order logic. It has consistently been among
the top system in the major categories of the CASC system competition,
and usually been the strongest free software system.
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Changes: eprover (1.0.004-1) unstable; urgency=low
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* Initial Debian release.
Closes: #516545
* Created man pages using help2man.
* Adjusted the Makefiles to
- install into $(DESTDIR) directory;
- to handle dependencies between source files in a more transparent and
efficient way - instead of generating Makefile.dependencies by the build
scripts, let 'make' generate .d file for each .c file as needed;
- not to modify source files in place - instead of modifying Makefile.vars,
put configuration into a new file Makefile.cfg;
- not to build development tools - the build scripts modify them in place
and they are not needed anyway for the package.
* Added 'test' target to Makefile to test that eprover binary was sucessfully
compiled and works on a sample problem.
* Added 'html' target to DOC/Makefile that builds HTML documentation using
tex4ht.
* Adjusted for the DebianScience GIT repository.
* Refined dependencies in debian/control, checked with pbuilder.
* Update 'clear' target in DOC/Makefile to clean some files left after
tex4ht.
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