By Robert S. Boyer, J Strother Moore (auth.), Mark E. Stickel (eds.)
This quantity includes the papers provided on the tenth foreign convention on automatic Deduction (CADE-10). CADE is the main discussion board at which examine on all facets of automatic deduction is gifted. even though computerized deduction examine can be awarded at extra common synthetic intelligence meetings, the CADE meetings haven't any peer within the focus and caliber in their contributions to this subject. The papers incorporated variety from thought to implementation and experimentation, from propositional to higher-order calculi and nonclassical logics; they refine and use a wealth of equipment together with answer, paramodulation, rewriting, finishing touch, unification and induction; they usually paintings with quite a few purposes together with application verification, common sense programming, deductive databases, and theorem proving in lots of domain names. the quantity additionally comprises abstracts of 20 implementations of automatic deduction structures. The authors of approximately part the papers are from the us, many are from Western Europe, and lots of too are from the remainder of the realm. The court cases of the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth CADE meetings are released as Volumes 87, 138, one hundred seventy, 230, 310 within the sequence Lecture Notes in computing device Science.
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The technique used there provided speedups up to 23 with 29 processes on a very large problem, but requires complex load-balancing decisions to be made ahead of time, and seems to require a large problem to outweigh the overhead of message-passing. The results we present in Section 4 lead us to hope that when the shared-memory 37 algorithm of Figure 3 is applied to a theorem prover, speedups will be good even on small problems, and the load-balancing will be automatic, because of the sharedmemory model.
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10th International Conference on Automated Deduction: Kaiserslautern, FRG, July 24–27, 1990 Proceedings by Robert S. Boyer, J Strother Moore (auth.), Mark E. Stickel (eds.)