Course: Exercises in Information Sciences II (Theorem Proving)
Every Wednesday from 10:40 to 12:10
Rooms: 理学部3号館504室 or 共通講義棟3号館408室
[Theme] In a course of mathematical logic, a student performs pen-and-paper formal proofs by means of logical derivations. How does a student know that her formal proof is correct? complete? Alternatively, she can use a software/tool such as a proof assistant. The advantage of using a proof assistant in the class is to, first, check the correctness of a proof, and, second, assist the student in writing a formal proof where no step is omitted, the logic is explicit and the proof method is clearly stated.
[Objective] In this class, we:
- learn how to write formal proofs using the proof assistant Isabelle/HOL (https://isabelle.in.tum.de/).
- study and practice various proving techniques (e.g. natural deduction, induction, etc.).
- 2018.10.03, room 504: Course overview: Why theorem proving is vital? slides, Isabelle/HOL symbols
- 2018.10.10, room 504: Propositional logic (I) slides
- 2018.10.17, room 504: Propositional logic (II) slides, mt rules
- 2018.10.24, room 504: Propositional logic (III) slides
- 2018.10.31, room 504: Exercises exercises
- 2018.11.07, room 504: Predicate logic (I) slides
- 2018.11.14, room 504: Predicate logic (II) slides
Contact: ghourabi "dot" fadoua "at" ocha "dot" ac "dot" jp
Office: 人間文化創成科学研究科・全学共用研究棟 603室
For questions, students can visit my office on Monday from 16:00 to 18:00
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