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The refereed complaints of the nineteenth overseas convention on computerized Deduction, CADE 2003, held in Miami seashore, FL, united states in July 2003. The 29 revised complete papers and seven method description papers awarded including an invited paper and three abstracts of invited talks have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from eighty three submissions. All present elements of automatic deduction are mentioned, starting from theoretical and methodological matters to the presentation of latest theorem provers and platforms.

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Occur within a context D (where D is an instantiation of D). For any f -rule α, let Rule g,f (α) be the set of those g-rules used to rewrite (14) to (15) and let Var g,f (α) = {i | xi occurs in D} 1 . We make these rules and variable positions explicit to estimate which subterms with defined symbols may occur in subgoals during induction proofs. The reason is that the original term g(. . f (. ) . ) may have defined symbols on positions from Var g,f (α). These will be propagated outwards to the context D during the induction proof.

In this paper, we develop criteria for equations r1 = r2 such that inductive validity is decidable. They ensure that there is a cover set C such that for every s∗ , {t∗1 , . . , t∗n } ∈ C, the induction conclusion r1 [s∗ ] = r2 [s∗ ] can be simplified to C[r1 [t∗i1 ], . . , r1 [t∗ik ]] = D[r2 [t∗j1 ], . . , r2 [t∗jl ]] for contexts C, D and i1 , . . , jl ∈ {1, . . , n}. Here, r[s∗ ] denotes that the induction variables are instantiated with the terms s∗ . Thus, one can then apply the induction hypotheses r1 [t∗i ] = r2 [t∗i ] to replace all occurrences of r1 in the left-hand side by r2 .

Can be rewritten to a term D [ g(. . ) . ), . . , g(. . ) . ) ]. Here, the induction hypotheses g(. . ) . ) occur within a context D (where D is an instantiation of D). For any f -rule α, let Rule g,f (α) be the set of those g-rules used to rewrite (14) to (15) and let Var g,f (α) = {i | xi occurs in D} 1 . We make these rules and variable positions explicit to estimate which subterms with defined symbols may occur in subgoals during induction proofs. The reason is that the original term g(.

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