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Collaborative Programming: Applications of Logic and Automated Reasoning

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Collaborative Programming: Applications of Logic and Automated Reasoning
Collaborative Programming is characterized by groups of people issuing instructions to computer systems. Collaborative Programming languages differ from traditional programming languages because instruction sets can be incomplete and conflicting, and more of the burden for efficient execution is placed on the computer system. This paper introduces Collaborative Programming and through the discussion of two practical examples argues that tools from logic and automated reasoning form a good foundation for Collaborative Programming technology while at the same time illustrating the need for nonstandard automated reasoning techniques.
Timothy L. Hinrichs
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where CADE
Authors Timothy L. Hinrichs
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