Theory IMP_4

theory IMP_4
imports Predicate_Compile_Quickcheck
theory IMP_4
imports "HOL-Library.Predicate_Compile_Quickcheck"
begin

subsection ‹IMP›

text ‹
  In this example, the state is a list of integers and the commands are Skip, Ass, Seq, IF and While.
›

type_synonym var = nat
type_synonym state = "int list"

datatype com =
  Skip |
  Ass var "int" |
  Seq com com |
  IF "state list" com com |
  While "state list" com

inductive exec :: "com => state => state => bool" where
  "exec Skip s s" |
  "exec (Ass x e) s (s[x := e])" |
  "exec c1 s1 s2 ==> exec c2 s2 s3 ==> exec (Seq c1 c2) s1 s3" |
  "s ∈ set b ==> exec c1 s t ==> exec (IF b c1 c2) s t" |
  "s ∉ set b ==> exec c2 s t ==> exec (IF b c1 c2) s t" |
  "s ∉ set b ==> exec (While b c) s s" |
  "s1 ∈ set b ==> exec c s1 s2 ==> exec (While b c) s2 s3 ==> exec (While b c) s1 s3"

lemma
  "exec c s s' ==> exec (Seq c c) s s'"
  nitpick (* nitpick fails here! *)
  quickcheck[tester = smart_exhaustive, size=2, iterations=100, expect=counterexample]
oops

end