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By Eugene C. Freuder (auth.), Jacques Calmet, Belaid Benhamou, Olga Caprotti, Laurent Henocque, Volker Sorge (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the joint overseas meetings on synthetic Intelligence and Symbolic Computation, AISC 2002, and Calculemus 2002 held in Marseille, France, in July 2002.
The 24 revised complete papers awarded including 2 procedure descriptions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty two submissions. one of the issues coated are computerized theorem proving, logical reasoning, mathematical modeling, algebraic computations, computational arithmetic, and purposes in engineering and commercial perform.

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This elimination process is achieved as follows. 20 M. Chetty Verifying the scope for elimination of Efd feedback. From eqn. (18), it can be observed that the feedback of K Efd depends directly on the values of real1 and real2 only. For K E to be eliminated, following relationship is obtained from eqn. (17) by fd forcing K E =0. 23 + real2 (18) This is a linear relationship between real1 and real2. 0. Thus, by applying the constraint on real1 ˆ – 1, a corresponding value of real2 is obtained from eqn.

A term rewrite system over Σ is a set of pairs of terms R ⊆ TΣ (X)× TΣ (X). The elements (l, r) of R are called rewrite rules and are written as l → r. A term t can be derived in one rewrite step from a term t using R (t →R t ), if there exists a position u in t, a rule l → r ∈ R, and a substitution σ : X → TΣ (X), such that (a) t|u = σ(l) and (b) t = t[u ← σ(r)]. R implies a rewrite relation →R ⊆ TΣ (X) × TΣ (X) ∗ with (t, t ) ∈→R if t →R t . The reflexive and transitive closure of →R is →R . 2 Recursive Program Schemes Let Σ be a signature and Φ = {G1 , .

3) and Definition 4. 34 E. Kitzelmann et al. If a valid recurrent segmentation (Urec , Usub ) was found for a set of initial trees Tinit and if Usub = ∅, then induction of an RPS is performed recursively over the set of subtrees at the positions in Usub . Therefore, for each u ∈ Usub a new set of initial trees will be constructed by including the subtrees at position u in each segment of each tree u in Tinit to Tinit . 2 Inducing a Program Body When we start with inferring the body of subprogram Gi , a valid segmentation (Urec , Usub ) is given for Tinit .

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