SMTCoq: the power of SMT solving in Coq


SMTCoq is a tool to make the Coq proof assistant and SMT solvers cooperate, with the same degree of confidence as Coq. In this talk, I will give an overview of its potential:

  • checking SMT answers, both in Coq and externally using the Coq extraction mechanism
  • importing SMT problems as Coq theorems
  • calling SMT solvers to ease Coq proof building, in a ongoing project called Sniper.

An API to build first-order SMTCoq terms and formulas is also under progress, in order to have an easy access to SMTCoq internal functionalities.

Friday, November 12, 2021 10:00 Europe/Paris
GReTA-ExACT working group
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Chantal Keller
Chantal Keller
Maître de Conférences

I am a member of the Laboratory of Formal Methods, teaching at the Computer Science Department at IUT d’Orsay. I am interested in programming languages and formal methods, notably through Type Theory, the combination of automated and interactive provers, and proof and test of programs. I apply these methods to many domains from programming languages themselves to security.