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Vampire theorem prover
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All together Vampire won 28 division titles in CASC since more than any other theorem prover in the history of the competition. Vampire won all the FOF. Vampire is an automatic theorem prover for first-order classical logic developed in the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester by Andrei. Automatic theorem proving has a number of important applications, such as software Vampire is a theorem prover, that is, a system able to prove theorems.
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Abstract. In this paper we give a short introduction in first-order theorem pro- ving and the use of the theorem prover VAMPIRE. We discuss the superposition. Vampire. Vampire is a theorem prover, that is, a system able to prove theorems. More precisely, it proves theorems in first-order logic. You can read the following . General Approach. Vampire  is an automatic theorem prover for first-order logic . Vampire implements the calculi of ordered binary resolution  and su-. Vampire: a Resolution-Based. Theorem Prover for. First-Order Logic. Lecturer: Will Klieber. April 25, 1/ an automated theorem prover for first-order logic. What is special about Vampire? very fast (35 trophies from CASC over the last 16 years) simple to use, but also.