A DCEC* prover written in LISP which uses the SNARK theorem prover.
Every atomic modal formula m is assigned a unique propositional variable s: We call s the propositional shadow of m. For any formula f[ m,..], the corresponding formula f[ s,..], with all atomic modal formulae replaced by their propositional shadows, is called the shadow of f[ m,..].
- Step 1: The prover first replaces all occurrences of atomic modal formulae by propositional variables (even nested occurrences). Now we have a first-order problem.
- Step 2: Call a first-order prover on this first-order problem.
- Step 3: If the first-order prover fails, we expand the premises with any legal modal rule (via forward reasoning natural deduction) and repeat the process from Step 1. If the prover succeeds, we return true.
ShadowProver may be found here.
Contributions by Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu and Anders Maravigila.