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Lifting Propositional Interpolants to the Word-Level

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Craig interpolants are often used to approximate inductive invariants of transition systems. Arithmetic relationships between numeric variables require word-level interpolants, which are derived from word-level proofs of unsatisfiability. While word-level theorem provers have made significant progress in the past few years, competitive solvers for many logics are based on flattening the word-level structure to the bit-level. We propose an algorithm that lifts a resolution proof obtained from a bit-flattened formula up to the word-level, which enables the computation of word-level interpolants. Experimental results for equality logic suggest that the overhead of lifting the propositional proof is very low compared to the solving time of a state-of-the-art solver.

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Formal Methods in Computer Aided Design, 2007. FMCAD '07

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11-14 Nov. 2007