[isabelle] which libraries are needed to help to write lemma for operation in functional programming
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- Subject: [isabelle] which libraries are needed to help to write lemma for operation in functional programming
- From: M A <tesleft at hotmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 16:34:12 +0800
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1. which libraries are needed to write lemma to find subgoal to observe some functional code?for example, can we import list and complete_lattice or lattice and write associative and distributive lemma and find some subgoals to do functional programming in haskell code for lattice ?
2. can three lemmas write into one statement by lemma "(A) ^ (B) V (C)" in order to find algorithms for using 3 lemmas by observe the subgoals?
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