small scale reflection library for Coq (theories)
DescriptionThe name Ssreflect stands for "small scale reflection", a style of proof that evolved from the computer-checked proof of the Four Colour Theorem and which leverages the higher-order nature of Coq's underlying logic to provide effective automation for many small, clerical proof steps. This is often accomplished by restating ("reflecting") problems in a more concrete form, hence the name. For example, in the Ssreflect library, arithmetic comparison is not an abstract predicate, but a function computing a boolean. The Ssreflect distribution comprises two parts: * A new tactic language, which promotes more structured, concise and
robust proof scripts, and is in fact independent from the "reflection"
proof style. It is implemented as a linkable extension to the Coq
system.* A set of Coq libraries that provide core "reflection-oriented"
theories for basic combinatorics (roughly: arithmetic, lists, and
finite sets).This package installs the full Ssreflect distribution.
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