Differences between revisions 19 and 20
Revision 19 as of 2007-07-07 10:01:41
Size: 2103
Editor: AAmiens-151-1-52-253
Comment:
Revision 20 as of 2007-10-03 21:54:45
Size: 16
Editor: cpe-74-73-84-97
Comment:
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 1: Line 1:
[http://csis.pace.edu/~scharff/images/littleengine.jpg]

This web site described the work realized under grant [http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=0326540 NSF ITR: Little Engines of Proof #0326540] (2003-2007). The grant was awarded to Drs. Natarajan Shankar(PI), Harald Ruess (Co-PI), Ashish Tiwari (Co-PI) (Stanford Research Insitute, SRI), Christopher Lynch (Co-PI) (Clarkson University) and Christelle Scharff (Co-PI) (Pace University).

 * Pace University participants:

   * Dr. Christelle Scharff cscharff@pace.edu
   * Michael Rehse (Undergraduate student)
   * Sokharith Sok (Former graduate student)

 * Contributions:

   * Building Bridges. Mini-Workshop on Automated Deduction, Formal Digital Libraries and Little Engines of Proof, Stanford Research Institute, Palo Alto, October 2003 [slides]
   * On the Combination of Congruence Closure and Completion. International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Symbolic Computation (AISC), Linz, Austria, 2004 (joint work with Dr. Leo Bachmair) [paper,slides,bibtex]
   * Little Engines of Proof: Progress Report and Future. Little Engines of Proof/Logosphere Meeting, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, January 2006 [slides]
   * From Design by Contract to Static Analysis of Java Programs: A Teaching Approach. International Formal Methods Education Workshop (FMEd), Hamilton, Canada, 2006 (joint work with Sokharith Sok) [paper,slides]
   * A Graph-Based Approach to Build Extended Canonizers. International Conference on Logic for Programming Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning (LPAR), Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2006 (short paper) (joint work with Dr. Silvio Ranise) [slides,bibtex]
   * Building Extended Canonizers by Graph-Based Deduction. International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects of Computing (ICTAC), Macao SAR, China, 2007 (joint work with Dr. Silvio Ranise) [paper,slides,bibtex]

 * Master Thesis:

   * Java and Web Extensions of the Yices Little Engine of Proof. Sokharith Sok. December, 2006 [[attachment:sokreport.pdf manuscript],[attachment:sokslides.pdf slides]]
Testing is fun

Testing is fun

senegal: Home (last edited 2013-06-08 03:19:42 by scharff)