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Course: ECE 725, Fall 2009
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Agenda Todays ECE-725 / CS-745 (2006t1-Winter): Computer Aided Verication (Introduction to Formal Methods) Lecture 3a: Mechanized Interactive Theorem Proving Mark Aagaard DC 2536, maagaard@uwaterloo.ca Ofce Hours: Mon 11:30-12:30, Wed 11:30-12:30 http://ece.uwaterloo.ca/ece725 Review Predicate Logic (natural deduction) What is mechanical theorem proving? Demo LCF-style implementation HOL theorem proving system...

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