Study form: Fulltime
Course language: English
The course's aim is to explain selected significant methods of computational logic. These include algorithms for propositional satisfiability checking, logical programming in Prolog, and first-order theorem proving and model-finding. Time permitting, we will also discuss some complexity and decidability issues pertaining to the said methods.
1 Introduction, propositional logic, and SAT
2 SAT solving - resolution, DPLL, and CDCL
7 Answer set programming
8 First-order logic and semantic tableaux
9 Model finding methods
10 Resolution and equality in FOL
11 ANL loop, superposition calculus
12 Proof assistants
13 Complexity and decidability issues, SMT
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