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By Ian Horrocks (auth.), Andrei Voronkov (eds.)

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The First CADE within the 3rd Millennium This quantity comprises the papers provided on the Eighteenth overseas C- ference on computerized Deduction (CADE-18) hung on July 27–30th, 2002, on the collage of Copenhagen as a part of the Federated good judgment convention (FLoC 2002). regardless of loads of deduction-related meetings springing into lifestyles on the finish of the final millennium, the CADE meetings remain the most important discussion board for the presentation of latest study in all points of automatic deduction. CADE-18 was once subsidized through the organization for car- ted Reasoning, CADE Inc., the dept of laptop technology at Chalmers collage, the Gesellschaft fur ¨ Informatik, Safelogic AB, and the college of Koblenz-Landau. there have been 70 submissions, together with 60 ordinary papers and 10 procedure - scriptions. every one submission was once reviewed by means of a minimum of ?ve application committee contributors and an digital application committee assembly was once held through the Int- internet. The committee made up our minds to just accept 27 ordinary papers and nine approach descr- tions. One paper switched its type after refereeing, therefore the entire variety of process descriptions during this quantity is 10. as well as the refereed papers, this quantity includes a longer summary of the CADE invited speak by way of Ian Horrocks, the joint CADE/CAV invited speak via Sharad Malik, and the joint CADE-TABLEAUX invited speak through Matthias Baaz. yet one more invited lecture used to be given via Daniel Jackson.

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P @ t Def. Σp ✷ Let Φ = J (pm). g, Necula [14]) to verify its correctness. From Proposition 3, we conclude ΣΦ ⊆ Σpsp : no execution of Φ violates psp . 5 Certification We now address the code producer’s principal concern: how do I generate a security proof for my program such that it will satisfy the code consumer? Of course, as a last resort, the code producer can always write proofs by hand, but this approach is feasible only for small programs. Practical systems for PCC rely on a certifying compiler [14] (a certification mechanism) to produce a security proof in the normal course of compiling a program.

There is a binary equality relation for each type. This is a first-order logic, so functions and relations appear only as constants. Times t ::= 0 | t1 + 1 Rigidities ρ ::= +r | −r Expressions eτ ::= aτ | xτ | f τ1 ×···×τk →τ (eτ11 , . . , ekk ) Propositions p ::= Rτ1 ×···×τk →o (eτ11 , . . , ekk ) | p1 ∧ p2 | p1 ∨ p2 | p1 ⊃ p2 | ∀xτ : ρ. p1 | ∃xτ : ρ. p1 | ✷p1 | p1 | p 1 U p 2 τ τ Core Judgments J ::= t1 ≥ t2 | e : ρ | p : ρ | p @ t | p @[t1 , t2 ) Contexts Γ ::= · | Γ, J Fig. 1. Abstract Syntax (Temporal Logic) Expressions eτ are constructed from parameters, variables, and applications of constant functions; τ is the type of e.

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