Generating Cases From Labeled Subgoals

Lars Noschinski

21 July 2015

Abstract

Isabelle/Isar provides named cases to structure proofs. This article contains an implementation of a proof method casify, which can be used to easily extend proof tools with support for named cases. Such a proof tool must produce labeled subgoals, which are then interpreted by casify.

As examples, this work contains verification condition generators producing named cases for three languages: The Hoare language from HOL/Library, a monadic language for computations with failure (inspired by the AutoCorres tool), and a language of conditional expressions. These VCGs are demonstrated by a number of example programs.

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