CONTRIBUTORS
author huffman
Wed, 20 Jun 2007 05:18:39 +0200
changeset 23431 25ca91279a9b
parent 23382 0459ab90389a
child 23449 dd874e6a3282
permissions -rw-r--r--
change simp rules for of_nat to work like int did previously (reorient of_nat_Suc, remove of_nat_mult [simp]); preserve original variable names in legacy int theorems

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Contributions to Isabelle 2007
------------------------------

* June 2007: Amine Chaieb, TUM
  Semiring normalization and Groebner Bases

* 2006/2007: Florian Haftmann, TUM
  Pure: generic code generator framework.
  Pure: class package.
  HOL: theory tuning, code generator setup.

* November 2006: Lukas Bulwahn, TUM
  HOL/function: method "lexicographic_order".

* October 2006: Stefan Hohe, TUM
  HOL-Algebra: ideals and quotients over rings.

* August 2006: Amine Chaieb, TUM
  Experimental support for generic reflection and reification in HOL.

* July 2006: Rafal Kolanski, NICTA
  Hex (0xFF) and binary (0b1011) numerals.

* May 2006: Klaus Aehlig, LMU
  Command 'normal_form': normalization by evaluation.

* May 2006: Amine Chaieb, TUM
  HOL-Complex: Ferrante and Rackoff Algorithm for linear real
  arithmetic.

* February 2006: Benjamin Porter, NICTA
  HOL and HOL-Complex: generalised mean value theorem, continuum is
  not denumerable, harmonic and arithmetic series, and denumerability
  of rationals.

* October 2005: Martin Wildmoser, TUM
  Sketch for Isar 'guess' element.


Contributions to Isabelle 2005
------------------------------

* September 2005: Lukas Bulwahn and Bernhard Haeupler, TUM
  HOL-Complex: Formalization of Taylor series.

* September 2005: Stephan Merz, Alwen Tiu, QSL Loria
  Components for SAT solver method using zChaff.

* September 2005: Ning Zhang and Christian Urban, LMU Munich
  A Chinese theory.

* September 2005: Bernhard Haeupler, TUM
  Method comm_ring for proving equalities in commutative rings.

* July/August 2005: Jeremy Avigad, Carnegie Mellon University
  Various improvements of the HOL and HOL-Complex library.

* July 2005: Florian Zuleger, Johannes Hoelzl, and Simon Funke, TUM
  Some structured proofs about completeness of real numbers.

* May 2005: Rafal Kolanski and Gerwin Klein, NICTA
  Improved retrieval of facts from theory/proof context.

* February 2005: Lucas Dixon, University of Edinburgh
  Improved subst method.

* 2005: Brian Huffman, OGI
  Various improvements of HOLCF.
  Some improvements of the HOL-Complex library.

* 2005: Claire Quigley and Jia Meng, University of Cambridge
  Some support for asynchronous communication with external provers
  (experimental).

* 2005: Florian Haftmann, TUM
  Contributions to document 'sugar'.
  Various ML combinators, notably linear functional transformations.
  Some cleanup of ML legacy.
  Additional antiquotations.
  Improved Isabelle web site.

* 2004/2005: David Aspinall, University of Edinburgh
  Various elements of XML and PGIP based communication with user
  interfaces (experimental).

* 2004/2005: Gerwin Klein, NICTA
  Contributions to document 'sugar'.
  Improved Isabelle web site.
  Improved HTML presentation of theories.

* 2004/2005: Clemens Ballarin, TUM
  Provers: tools for transitive relations and quasi orders.
  Improved version of locales, notably interpretation of locales.
  Improved version of HOL-Algebra.

* 2004/2005: Amine Chaieb, TUM
  Improved version of HOL presburger method.

* 2004/2005: Steven Obua, TUM
  Improved version of HOL/Import, support for HOL-Light.
  Improved version of HOL-Complex-Matrix.
  Pure/defs: more sophisticated checks on well-formedness of overloading.
  Pure/Tools: an experimental evaluator for lambda terms.

* 2004/2005: Norbert Schirmer, TUM
  Contributions to document 'sugar'.
  Improved version of HOL/record.

* 2004/2005: Sebastian Skalberg, TUM
  Improved version of HOL/Import.
  Some internal ML reorganizations.

* 2004/2005: Tjark Weber, TUM
  SAT solver method using zChaff.
  Improved version of HOL/refute.

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