Frontiers of Combining Systems: Third International Workshop, FroCoS 2000 Nancy, France, March 22-24, 2000 Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Frontiers of Combining Systems, FroCoS 2000, held in Nancy, France, in March 2000.
The 14 revised full papers presented together with four invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 31 submissions. Among the topics covered are constraint processing, interval narrowing, rewriting systems, proof planning, sequent calculus, type systems, model checking, theorem proving, declarative programming, logic programming, and equational theories.

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Invited Paper.- Combining Logic and Optimization in Cutting Plane Theory.- Session 1.- Towards Cooperative Interval Narrowing.- Integrating Constraint Solving into Proof Planning.- Termination of Constraint Contextual Rewriting.- Invited Paper.- Axioms vs. Rewrite Rules: From Completeness to Cut Elimination.- Session 2.- Normal Forms and Proofs in Combined Modal and Temporal Logics.- Structured Sequent Calculi for Combining Intuitionistic and Classical First-Order Logic.- Session 3.- Handling Differential Equations with Constraints for Decision Support.- Non-trivial Symbolic Computations in Proof Planning.- Integrating Computer Algebra and Reasoning through the Type System of Aldor.- Invited Paper.- Combinations of Model Checking and Theorem Proving.- Session 4.- Compiling Multi-paradigm Declarative Programs into Prolog.- Modular Redundancy for Theorem Proving.- Composing and Controlling Search in Reasoning Theories Using Mappings.- Invited Paper.- Why Combined Decision Problems Are Often Intractable.- Session 5.- Congruence Closure Modulo Associativity and Commutativity.- Combining Equational Theories Sharing Non-Collapse-Free Constructors.- Comparing Expressiveness of Set Constructor Symbols.

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