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(*  Title:      Provers/Arith/fast_lin_arith.ML
ID:         \$Id\$
Author:     Tobias Nipkow and Tjark Weber

A generic linear arithmetic package.  It provides two tactics
(cut_lin_arith_tac, lin_arith_tac) and a simplification procedure
(lin_arith_simproc).

Only take premises and conclusions into account that are already
(negated) (in)equations. lin_arith_simproc tries to prove or disprove
the term.
*)

(*** Data needed for setting up the linear arithmetic package ***)

signature LIN_ARITH_LOGIC =
sig
val conjI       : thm  (* P ==> Q ==> P & Q *)
val ccontr      : thm  (* (~ P ==> False) ==> P *)
val notI        : thm  (* (P ==> False) ==> ~ P *)
val not_lessD   : thm  (* ~(m < n) ==> n <= m *)
val not_leD     : thm  (* ~(m <= n) ==> n < m *)
val sym         : thm  (* x = y ==> y = x *)
val mk_Eq       : thm -> thm
val atomize     : thm -> thm list
val mk_Trueprop : term -> term
val neg_prop    : term -> term
val is_False    : thm -> bool
val is_nat      : typ list * term -> bool
val mk_nat_thm  : theory -> term -> thm
end;
(*
mk_Eq(~in) = `in == False'
mk_Eq(in) = `in == True'
where `in' is an (in)equality.

neg_prop(t) = neg  if t is wrapped up in Trueprop and neg is the
(logically) negated version of t (again wrapped up in Trueprop),
where the negation of a negative term is the term itself (no
double negation!); raises TERM ("neg_prop", [t]) if t is not of
the form 'Trueprop \$ _'

is_nat(parameter-types,t) =  t:nat
mk_nat_thm(t) = "0 <= t"
*)

signature LIN_ARITH_DATA =
sig
(*internal representation of linear (in-)equations:*)
type decomp = (term * Rat.rat) list * Rat.rat * string * (term * Rat.rat) list * Rat.rat * bool
val decomp: Proof.context -> term -> decomp option
val domain_is_nat: term -> bool

(*preprocessing, performed on a representation of subgoals as list of premises:*)
val pre_decomp: Proof.context -> typ list * term list -> (typ list * term list) list

(*preprocessing, performed on the goal -- must do the same as 'pre_decomp':*)
val pre_tac: Proof.context -> int -> tactic
val number_of: int * typ -> term

(*the limit on the number of ~= allowed; because each ~= is split
into two cases, this can lead to an explosion*)
val fast_arith_neq_limit: int Config.T
end;
(*
decomp(`x Rel y') should yield (p,i,Rel,q,j,d)
where Rel is one of "<", "~<", "<=", "~<=" and "=" and
p (q, respectively) is the decomposition of the sum term x
(y, respectively) into a list of summand * multiplicity
pairs and a constant summand and d indicates if the domain
is discrete.

domain_is_nat(`x Rel y') t should yield true iff x is of type "nat".

The relationship between pre_decomp and pre_tac is somewhat tricky.  The
internal representation of a subgoal and the corresponding theorem must
be modified by pre_decomp (pre_tac, resp.) in a corresponding way.  See
the comment for split_items below.  (This is even necessary for eta- and
beta-equivalent modifications, as some of the lin. arith. code is not
insensitive to them.)

ss must reduce contradictory <= to False.
It should also cancel common summands to keep <= reduced;
otherwise <= can grow to massive proportions.
*)

signature FAST_LIN_ARITH =
sig
val map_data: ({add_mono_thms: thm list, mult_mono_thms: thm list, inj_thms: thm list,
lessD: thm list, neqE: thm list, simpset: Simplifier.simpset}
-> {add_mono_thms: thm list, mult_mono_thms: thm list, inj_thms: thm list,
lessD: thm list, neqE: thm list, simpset: Simplifier.simpset})
-> Context.generic -> Context.generic
val trace: bool ref
val warning_count: int ref;
val cut_lin_arith_tac: simpset -> int -> tactic
val lin_arith_tac: Proof.context -> bool -> int -> tactic
val lin_arith_simproc: simpset -> term -> thm option
end;

functor Fast_Lin_Arith
(structure LA_Logic: LIN_ARITH_LOGIC and LA_Data: LIN_ARITH_DATA): FAST_LIN_ARITH =
struct

(** theory data **)

structure Data = GenericDataFun
(
type T =
mult_mono_thms: thm list,
inj_thms: thm list,
lessD: thm list,
neqE: thm list,
simpset: Simplifier.simpset};

val empty = {add_mono_thms = [], mult_mono_thms = [], inj_thms = [],
lessD = [], neqE = [], simpset = Simplifier.empty_ss};
val extend = I;
fun merge _
lessD = lessD1, neqE=neqE1, simpset = simpset1},
lessD = lessD2, neqE=neqE2, simpset = simpset2}) =
mult_mono_thms = Thm.merge_thms (mult_mono_thms1, mult_mono_thms2),
inj_thms = Thm.merge_thms (inj_thms1, inj_thms2),
lessD = Thm.merge_thms (lessD1, lessD2),
neqE = Thm.merge_thms (neqE1, neqE2),
simpset = Simplifier.merge_ss (simpset1, simpset2)};
);

val map_data = Data.map;
val get_data = Data.get o Context.Proof;

(*** A fast decision procedure ***)
(*** Code ported from HOL Light ***)
(* possible optimizations:
use (var,coeff) rep or vector rep  tp save space;
treat non-negative atoms separately rather than adding 0 <= atom
*)

val trace = ref false;

datatype lineq_type = Eq | Le | Lt;

datatype injust = Asm of int
| Nat of int (* index of atom *)
| LessD of injust
| NotLessD of injust
| NotLeD of injust
| NotLeDD of injust
| Multiplied of int * injust
| Multiplied2 of int * injust
| Added of injust * injust;

datatype lineq = Lineq of int * lineq_type * int list * injust;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Finding a (counter) example from the trace of a failed elimination        *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Examples are represented as rational numbers,                             *)
(* Dont blame John Harrison for this code - it is entirely mine. TN          *)

exception NoEx;

(* Coding: (i,true,cs) means i <= cs and (i,false,cs) means i < cs.
In general, true means the bound is included, false means it is excluded.
Need to know if it is a lower or upper bound for unambiguous interpretation!
*)

fun elim_eqns (Lineq (i, Le, cs, _)) = [(i, true, cs)]
| elim_eqns (Lineq (i, Eq, cs, _)) = [(i, true, cs),(~i, true, map ~ cs)]
| elim_eqns (Lineq (i, Lt, cs, _)) = [(i, false, cs)];

(* PRE: ex[v] must be 0! *)
fun eval ex v (a, le, cs) =
let
val rs = map Rat.rat_of_int cs;
val rsum = fold2 (Rat.add oo Rat.mult) rs ex Rat.zero;
in (Rat.mult (Rat.add (Rat.rat_of_int a) (Rat.neg rsum)) (Rat.inv (nth rs v)), le) end;
(* If nth rs v < 0, le should be negated.
Instead this swap is taken into account in ratrelmin2.
*)

fun ratrelmin2 (x as (r, ler), y as (s, les)) =
case Rat.ord (r, s)
of EQUAL => (r, (not ler) andalso (not les))
| LESS => x
| GREATER => y;

fun ratrelmax2 (x as (r, ler), y as (s, les)) =
case Rat.ord (r, s)
of EQUAL => (r, ler andalso les)
| LESS => y
| GREATER => x;

val ratrelmin = foldr1 ratrelmin2;
val ratrelmax = foldr1 ratrelmax2;

fun ratexact up (r, exact) =
if exact then r else
let
val (p, q) = Rat.quotient_of_rat r;
val nth = Rat.inv (Rat.rat_of_int q);
in Rat.add r (if up then nth else Rat.neg nth) end;

fun ratmiddle (r, s) = Rat.mult (Rat.add r s) (Rat.inv Rat.two);

fun choose2 d ((lb, exactl), (ub, exactu)) =
let val ord = Rat.sign lb in
if (ord = LESS orelse exactl) andalso (ord = GREATER orelse exactu)
then Rat.zero
else if not d then
if ord = GREATER
then if exactl then lb else ratmiddle (lb, ub)
else if exactu then ub else ratmiddle (lb, ub)
else (*discrete domain, both bounds must be exact*)
if ord = GREATER
then let val lb' = Rat.roundup lb in
if Rat.le lb' ub then lb' else raise NoEx end
else let val ub' = Rat.rounddown ub in
if Rat.le lb ub' then ub' else raise NoEx end
end;

fun findex1 discr (v, lineqs) ex =
let
val nz = filter (fn (Lineq (_, _, cs, _)) => nth cs v <> 0) lineqs;
val ineqs = maps elim_eqns nz;
val (ge, le) = List.partition (fn (_,_,cs) => nth cs v > 0) ineqs
val lb = ratrelmax (map (eval ex v) ge)
val ub = ratrelmin (map (eval ex v) le)
in nth_map v (K (choose2 (nth discr v) (lb, ub))) ex end;

fun elim1 v x =
map (fn (a,le,bs) => (Rat.add a (Rat.neg (Rat.mult (nth bs v) x)), le,
nth_map v (K Rat.zero) bs));

fun single_var v (_, _, cs) = case filter_out (curry (op =) EQUAL o Rat.sign) cs
of [x] => x =/ nth cs v
| _ => false;

(* The base case:
all variables occur only with positive or only with negative coefficients *)
fun pick_vars discr (ineqs,ex) =
let val nz = filter_out (fn (_,_,cs) => forall (curry (op =) EQUAL o Rat.sign) cs) ineqs
in case nz of [] => ex
| (_,_,cs) :: _ =>
let val v = find_index (not o curry (op =) EQUAL o Rat.sign) cs
val d = nth discr v;
val pos = not (Rat.sign (nth cs v) = LESS);
val sv = filter (single_var v) nz;
val minmax =
if pos then if d then Rat.roundup o fst o ratrelmax
else ratexact true o ratrelmax
else if d then Rat.rounddown o fst o ratrelmin
else ratexact false o ratrelmin
val bnds = map (fn (a,le,bs) => (Rat.mult a (Rat.inv (nth bs v)), le)) sv
val x = minmax((Rat.zero,if pos then true else false)::bnds)
val ineqs' = elim1 v x nz
val ex' = nth_map v (K x) ex
in pick_vars discr (ineqs',ex') end
end;

fun findex0 discr n lineqs =
let val ineqs = maps elim_eqns lineqs
val rineqs = map (fn (a,le,cs) => (Rat.rat_of_int a, le, map Rat.rat_of_int cs))
ineqs
in pick_vars discr (rineqs,replicate n Rat.zero) end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* End of counterexample finder. The actual decision procedure starts here.  *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Calculate new (in)equality type after addition.                           *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun find_add_type(Eq,x) = x
| find_add_type(x,Eq) = x
| find_add_type(_,Lt) = Lt
| find_add_type(Lt,_) = Lt
| find_add_type(Le,Le) = Le;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Multiply out an (in)equation.                                             *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun multiply_ineq n (i as Lineq(k,ty,l,just)) =
if n = 1 then i
else if n = 0 andalso ty = Lt then sys_error "multiply_ineq"
else if n < 0 andalso (ty=Le orelse ty=Lt) then sys_error "multiply_ineq"
else Lineq (n * k, ty, map (curry op* n) l, Multiplied (n, just));

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Add together (in)equations.                                               *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun add_ineq (i1 as Lineq(k1,ty1,l1,just1)) (i2 as Lineq(k2,ty2,l2,just2)) =
let val l = map2 (curry (op +)) l1 l2

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Elimination of variable between a single pair of (in)equations.           *)
(* If they're both inequalities, 1st coefficient must be +ve, 2nd -ve.       *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun elim_var v (i1 as Lineq(k1,ty1,l1,just1)) (i2 as Lineq(k2,ty2,l2,just2)) =
let val c1 = nth l1 v and c2 = nth l2 v
val m = Integer.lcm (abs c1) (abs c2)
val m1 = m div (abs c1) and m2 = m div (abs c2)
val (n1,n2) =
if (c1 >= 0) = (c2 >= 0)
then if ty1 = Eq then (~m1,m2)
else if ty2 = Eq then (m1,~m2)
else sys_error "elim_var"
else (m1,m2)
val (p1,p2) = if ty1=Eq andalso ty2=Eq andalso (n1 = ~1 orelse n2 = ~1)
then (~n1,~n2) else (n1,n2)
in add_ineq (multiply_ineq n1 i1) (multiply_ineq n2 i2) end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* The main refutation-finding code.                                         *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun is_trivial (Lineq(_,_,l,_)) = forall (fn i => i=0) l;

fun is_answer (ans as Lineq(k,ty,l,_)) =
case ty  of Eq => k <> 0 | Le => k > 0 | Lt => k >= 0;

fun calc_blowup l =
let val (p,n) = List.partition (curry (op <) 0) (List.filter (curry (op <>) 0) l)
in length p * length n end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Main elimination code:                                                    *)
(*                                                                           *)
(* (1) Looks for immediate solutions (false assertions with no variables).   *)
(*                                                                           *)
(* (2) If there are any equations, picks a variable with the lowest absolute *)
(* coefficient in any of them, and uses it to eliminate.                     *)
(*                                                                           *)
(* (3) Otherwise, chooses a variable in the inequality to minimize the       *)
(* blowup (number of consequences generated) and eliminates it.              *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun allpairs f xs ys =
maps (fn x => map (fn y => f x y) ys) xs;

fun extract_first p =
let fun extract xs (y::ys) = if p y then (SOME y,xs@ys)
else extract (y::xs) ys
| extract xs []      = (NONE,xs)
in extract [] end;

fun print_ineqs ineqs =
if !trace then
tracing(cat_lines(""::map (fn Lineq(c,t,l,_) =>
string_of_int c ^
(case t of Eq => " =  " | Lt=> " <  " | Le => " <= ") ^
commas(map string_of_int l)) ineqs))
else ();

type history = (int * lineq list) list;
datatype result = Success of injust | Failure of history;

fun elim (ineqs, hist) =
let val dummy = print_ineqs ineqs
val (triv, nontriv) = List.partition is_trivial ineqs in
if not (null triv)
then case Library.find_first is_answer triv of
NONE => elim (nontriv, hist)
| SOME(Lineq(_,_,_,j)) => Success j
else
if null nontriv then Failure hist
else
let val (eqs, noneqs) = List.partition (fn (Lineq(_,ty,_,_)) => ty=Eq) nontriv in
if not (null eqs) then
let val clist = Library.foldl (fn (cs,Lineq(_,_,l,_)) => l union cs) ([],eqs)
val sclist = sort (fn (x,y) => int_ord (abs x, abs y))
(List.filter (fn i => i<>0) clist)
val c = hd sclist
val (SOME(eq as Lineq(_,_,ceq,_)),othereqs) =
extract_first (fn Lineq(_,_,l,_) => c mem l) eqs
val v = find_index_eq c ceq
val (ioth,roth) = List.partition (fn (Lineq(_,_,l,_)) => nth l v = 0)
(othereqs @ noneqs)
val others = map (elim_var v eq) roth @ ioth
in elim(others,(v,nontriv)::hist) end
else
let val lists = map (fn (Lineq(_,_,l,_)) => l) noneqs
val numlist = 0 upto (length (hd lists) - 1)
val coeffs = map (fn i => map (fn xs => nth xs i) lists) numlist
val blows = map calc_blowup coeffs
val iblows = blows ~~ numlist
val nziblows = filter_out (fn (i, _) => i = 0) iblows
in if null nziblows then Failure((~1,nontriv)::hist)
else
let val (c,v) = hd(sort (fn (x,y) => int_ord(fst(x),fst(y))) nziblows)
val (no,yes) = List.partition (fn (Lineq(_,_,l,_)) => nth l v = 0) ineqs
val (pos,neg) = List.partition(fn (Lineq(_,_,l,_)) => nth l v > 0) yes
in elim(no @ allpairs (elim_var v) pos neg, (v,nontriv)::hist) end
end
end
end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Translate back a proof.                                                   *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun trace_thm msg th =
(if !trace then (tracing msg; tracing (Display.string_of_thm th)) else (); th);

fun trace_term ctxt msg t =
(if !trace then tracing (cat_lines [msg, Syntax.string_of_term ctxt t]) else (); t)

fun trace_msg msg =
if !trace then tracing msg else ();

val warning_count = ref 0;
val warning_count_max = 10;

val union_term = curry (gen_union Pattern.aeconv);
val union_bterm = curry (gen_union
(fn ((b:bool, t), (b', t')) => b = b' andalso Pattern.aeconv (t, t')));

(* FIXME OPTIMIZE!!!! (partly done already)
Addition/Multiplication need i*t representation rather than t+t+...
Get rid of Mulitplied(2). For Nat LA_Data.number_of should return Suc^n
because Numerals are not known early enough.

Simplification may detect a contradiction 'prematurely' due to type
information: n+1 <= 0 is simplified to False and does not need to be crossed
with 0 <= n.
*)
local
exception FalseE of thm
in

fun mkthm ss asms (just: injust) =
let
val ctxt = Simplifier.the_context ss;
val thy = ProofContext.theory_of ctxt;
val {add_mono_thms, mult_mono_thms, inj_thms, lessD, simpset, ...} = get_data ctxt;
val simpset' = Simplifier.inherit_context ss simpset;
val atoms = Library.foldl (fn (ats, (lhs,_,_,rhs,_,_)) =>
union_term (map fst lhs) (union_term (map fst rhs) ats))
([], List.mapPartial (fn thm => if Thm.no_prems thm
then LA_Data.decomp ctxt (Thm.concl_of thm)
else NONE) asms)

fun add2 thm1 thm2 =
let val conj = thm1 RS (thm2 RS LA_Logic.conjI)
in get_first (fn th => SOME(conj RS th) handle THM _ => NONE) add_mono_thms
end;
fun try_add [] _ = NONE
| try_add (thm1::thm1s) thm2 = case add2 thm1 thm2 of
NONE => try_add thm1s thm2 | some => some;

fun addthms thm1 thm2 =
case add2 thm1 thm2 of
NONE => (case try_add ([thm1] RL inj_thms) thm2 of
NONE => ( the (try_add ([thm2] RL inj_thms) thm1)
handle Option =>
(trace_thm "" thm1; trace_thm "" thm2;
sys_error "Lin.arith. failed to add thms")
)
| SOME thm => thm)
| SOME thm => thm;

fun multn(n,thm) =
let fun mul(i,th) = if i=1 then th else mul(i-1, addthms thm th)
in if n < 0 then mul(~n,thm) RS LA_Logic.sym else mul(n,thm) end;

fun multn2(n,thm) =
let val SOME(mth) =
get_first (fn th => SOME(thm RS th) handle THM _ => NONE) mult_mono_thms
fun cvar(th,_ \$ (_ \$ _ \$ var)) = cterm_of (Thm.theory_of_thm th) var;
val cv = cvar(mth, hd(prems_of mth));
val ct = cterm_of thy (LA_Data.number_of(n,#T(rep_cterm cv)))
in instantiate ([],[(cv,ct)]) mth end

fun simp thm =
let val thm' = trace_thm "Simplified:" (full_simplify simpset' thm)
in if LA_Logic.is_False thm' then raise FalseE thm' else thm' end

fun mk (Asm i) = trace_thm ("Asm " ^ string_of_int i) (nth asms i)
| mk (Nat i) = trace_thm ("Nat " ^ string_of_int i) (LA_Logic.mk_nat_thm thy (nth atoms i))
| mk (LessD j)            = trace_thm "L" (hd ([mk j] RL lessD))
| mk (NotLeD j)           = trace_thm "NLe" (mk j RS LA_Logic.not_leD)
| mk (NotLeDD j)          = trace_thm "NLeD" (hd ([mk j RS LA_Logic.not_leD] RL lessD))
| mk (NotLessD j)         = trace_thm "NL" (mk j RS LA_Logic.not_lessD)
| mk (Added (j1, j2))     = simp (trace_thm "+" (addthms (mk j1) (mk j2)))
| mk (Multiplied (n, j))  = (trace_msg ("*" ^ string_of_int n); trace_thm "*" (multn (n, mk j)))
| mk (Multiplied2 (n, j)) = simp (trace_msg ("**" ^ string_of_int n); trace_thm "**" (multn2 (n, mk j)))

in
let
val _ = trace_msg "mkthm";
val thm = trace_thm "Final thm:" (mk just);
val fls = simplify simpset' thm;
val _ = trace_thm "After simplification:" fls;
val _ =
if LA_Logic.is_False fls then ()
else
let val count = CRITICAL (fn () => inc warning_count) in
if count > warning_count_max then ()
else
(tracing (cat_lines
(["Assumptions:"] @ map Display.string_of_thm asms @ [""] @
["Proved:", Display.string_of_thm fls, ""] @
(if count <> warning_count_max then []
else ["\n(Reached maximal message count -- disabling future warnings)"])));
warning "Linear arithmetic should have refuted the assumptions.\n\
\Please inform Tobias Nipkow (nipkow@in.tum.de).")
end;
in fls end
handle FalseE thm => trace_thm "False reached early:" thm
end;

end;

fun coeff poly atom =
AList.lookup Pattern.aeconv poly atom |> the_default 0;

fun integ(rlhs,r,rel,rrhs,s,d) =
let val (rn,rd) = Rat.quotient_of_rat r and (sn,sd) = Rat.quotient_of_rat s
val m = Integer.lcms(map (abs o snd o Rat.quotient_of_rat) (r :: s :: map snd rlhs @ map snd rrhs))
fun mult(t,r) =
let val (i,j) = Rat.quotient_of_rat r
in (t,i * (m div j)) end
in (m,(map mult rlhs, rn*(m div rd), rel, map mult rrhs, sn*(m div sd), d)) end

fun mklineq n atoms =
fn (item, k) =>
let val (m, (lhs,i,rel,rhs,j,discrete)) = integ item
val lhsa = map (coeff lhs) atoms
and rhsa = map (coeff rhs) atoms
val diff = map2 (curry (op -)) rhsa lhsa
val c = i-j
val just = Asm k
fun lineq(c,le,cs,j) = Lineq(c,le,cs, if m=1 then j else Multiplied2(m,j))
in case rel of
"<="   => lineq(c,Le,diff,just)
| "~<=" => if discrete
then lineq(1-c,Le,map (op ~) diff,NotLeDD(just))
else lineq(~c,Lt,map (op ~) diff,NotLeD(just))
| "<"   => if discrete
then lineq(c+1,Le,diff,LessD(just))
else lineq(c,Lt,diff,just)
| "~<"  => lineq(~c,Le,map (op~) diff,NotLessD(just))
| "="   => lineq(c,Eq,diff,just)
| _     => sys_error("mklineq" ^ rel)
end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)
(* Print (counter) example                                                   *)
(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun print_atom((a,d),r) =
let val (p,q) = Rat.quotient_of_rat r
val s = if d then string_of_int p else
if p = 0 then "0"
else string_of_int p ^ "/" ^ string_of_int q
in a ^ " = " ^ s end;

fun produce_ex sds =
curry (op ~~) sds
#> map print_atom
#> commas
#> curry (op ^) "Counterexample (possibly spurious):\n";

fun trace_ex ctxt params atoms discr n (hist: history) =
case hist of
[] => ()
| (v, lineqs) :: hist' =>
let
val frees = map Free params
fun show_term t = Syntax.string_of_term ctxt (subst_bounds (frees, t))
val start =
if v = ~1 then (hist', findex0 discr n lineqs)
else (hist, replicate n Rat.zero)
val ex = SOME (produce_ex (map show_term atoms ~~ discr)
(uncurry (fold (findex1 discr)) start))
handle NoEx => NONE
in
case ex of
SOME s => (warning "arith failed - see trace for a counterexample"; tracing s)
| NONE => warning "arith failed"
end;

(* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *)

fun mknat (pTs : typ list) (ixs : int list) (atom : term, i : int) : lineq option =
if LA_Logic.is_nat (pTs, atom)
then let val l = map (fn j => if j=i then 1 else 0) ixs
in SOME (Lineq (0, Le, l, Nat i)) end
else NONE;

(* This code is tricky. It takes a list of premises in the order they occur
in the subgoal. Numerical premises are coded as SOME(tuple), non-numerical
ones as NONE. Going through the premises, each numeric one is converted into
a Lineq. The tricky bit is to convert ~= which is split into two cases < and
>. Thus split_items returns a list of equation systems. This may blow up if
there are many ~=, but in practice it does not seem to happen. The really
tricky bit is to arrange the order of the cases such that they coincide with
the order in which the cases are in the end generated by the tactic that
applies the generated refutation thms (see function 'refute_tac').

For variables n of type nat, a constraint 0 <= n is added.
*)

(* FIXME: To optimize, the splitting of cases and the search for refutations *)
(*        could be intertwined: separate the first (fully split) case,       *)
(*        refute it, continue with splitting and refuting.  Terminate with   *)
(*        failure as soon as a case could not be refuted; i.e. delay further *)
(*        splitting until after a refutation for other cases has been found. *)

fun split_items ctxt do_pre (Ts, terms) : (typ list * (LA_Data.decomp * int) list) list =
let
(* splits inequalities '~=' into '<' and '>'; this corresponds to *)
(* 'REPEAT_DETERM (eresolve_tac neqE i)' at the theorem/tactic    *)
(* level                                                          *)
(* FIXME: this is currently sensitive to the order of theorems in *)
(*        neqE:  The theorem for type "nat" must come first.  A   *)
(*        better (i.e. less likely to break when neqE changes)    *)
(*        implementation should *test* which theorem from neqE    *)
(*        can be applied, and split the premise accordingly.      *)
fun elim_neq (ineqs : (LA_Data.decomp option * bool) list) :
(LA_Data.decomp option * bool) list list =
let
fun elim_neq' nat_only ([] : (LA_Data.decomp option * bool) list) :
(LA_Data.decomp option * bool) list list =
[[]]
| elim_neq' nat_only ((NONE, is_nat) :: ineqs) =
map (cons (NONE, is_nat)) (elim_neq' nat_only ineqs)
| elim_neq' nat_only ((ineq as (SOME (l, i, rel, r, j, d), is_nat)) :: ineqs) =
if rel = "~=" andalso (not nat_only orelse is_nat) then
(* [| ?l ~= ?r; ?l < ?r ==> ?R; ?r < ?l ==> ?R |] ==> ?R *)
elim_neq' nat_only (ineqs @ [(SOME (l, i, "<", r, j, d), is_nat)]) @
elim_neq' nat_only (ineqs @ [(SOME (r, j, "<", l, i, d), is_nat)])
else
map (cons ineq) (elim_neq' nat_only ineqs)
in
ineqs |> elim_neq' true
|> maps (elim_neq' false)
end

fun number_hyps _ []             = []
| number_hyps n (NONE::xs)     = number_hyps (n+1) xs
| number_hyps n ((SOME x)::xs) = (x, n) :: number_hyps (n+1) xs

val result = (Ts, terms)
|> (* user-defined preprocessing of the subgoal *)
(if do_pre then LA_Data.pre_decomp ctxt else Library.single)
|> tap (fn subgoals => trace_msg ("Preprocessing yields " ^
string_of_int (length subgoals) ^ " subgoal(s) total."))
|> (* produce the internal encoding of (in-)equalities *)
map (apsnd (map (fn t => (LA_Data.decomp ctxt t, LA_Data.domain_is_nat t))))
|> (* splitting of inequalities *)
map (apsnd elim_neq)
|> maps (fn (Ts, subgoals) => map (pair Ts o map fst) subgoals)
|> (* numbering of hypotheses, ignoring irrelevant ones *)
map (apsnd (number_hyps 0))
in
trace_msg ("Splitting of inequalities yields " ^
string_of_int (length result) ^ " subgoal(s) total.");
result
end;

fun add_atoms (ats : term list, ((lhs,_,_,rhs,_,_) : LA_Data.decomp, _)) : term list =
union_term (map fst lhs) (union_term (map fst rhs) ats);

fun add_datoms (dats : (bool * term) list, ((lhs,_,_,rhs,_,d) : LA_Data.decomp, _)) :
(bool * term) list =
union_bterm (map (pair d o fst) lhs) (union_bterm (map (pair d o fst) rhs) dats);

fun discr (initems : (LA_Data.decomp * int) list) : bool list =
map fst (Library.foldl add_datoms ([],initems));

fun refutes ctxt params show_ex :
(typ list * (LA_Data.decomp * int) list) list -> injust list -> injust list option =
let
fun refute ((Ts, initems : (LA_Data.decomp * int) list) :: initemss) (js: injust list) =
let
val atoms = Library.foldl add_atoms ([], initems)
val n = length atoms
val mkleq = mklineq n atoms
val ixs = 0 upto (n - 1)
val iatoms = atoms ~~ ixs
val natlineqs = List.mapPartial (mknat Ts ixs) iatoms
val ineqs = map mkleq initems @ natlineqs
in case elim (ineqs, []) of
Success j =>
(trace_msg ("Contradiction! (" ^ string_of_int (length js + 1) ^ ")");
refute initemss (js @ [j]))
| Failure hist =>
(if not show_ex then ()
else
let
val (param_names, ctxt') = ctxt |> Variable.variant_fixes (map fst params)
val (more_names, ctxt'') = ctxt' |> Variable.variant_fixes
(Name.invents (Variable.names_of ctxt') Name.uu (length Ts - length params))
val params' = (more_names @ param_names) ~~ Ts
in
trace_ex ctxt'' params' atoms (discr initems) n hist
end; NONE)
end
| refute [] js = SOME js
in refute end;

fun refute ctxt params show_ex do_pre terms : injust list option =
refutes ctxt params show_ex (split_items ctxt do_pre (map snd params, terms)) [];

fun count P xs = length (filter P xs);

fun prove ctxt params show_ex do_pre Hs concl : injust list option =
let
val _ = trace_msg "prove:"
(* append the negated conclusion to 'Hs' -- this corresponds to     *)
(* 'DETERM (resolve_tac [LA_Logic.notI, LA_Logic.ccontr] i)' at the *)
(* theorem/tactic level                                             *)
val Hs' = Hs @ [LA_Logic.neg_prop concl]
fun is_neq NONE                 = false
| is_neq (SOME (_,_,r,_,_,_)) = (r = "~=")
val neq_limit = Config.get ctxt LA_Data.fast_arith_neq_limit;
in
if count is_neq (map (LA_Data.decomp ctxt) Hs') > neq_limit then
(trace_msg ("fast_arith_neq_limit exceeded (current value is " ^
string_of_int neq_limit ^ ")"); NONE)
else
refute ctxt params show_ex do_pre Hs'
end handle TERM ("neg_prop", _) =>
(* since no meta-logic negation is available, we can only fail if   *)
(* the conclusion is not of the form 'Trueprop \$ _' (simply         *)
(* dropping the conclusion doesn't work either, because even        *)
(* 'False' does not imply arbitrary 'concl::prop')                  *)
(trace_msg "prove failed (cannot negate conclusion)."; NONE);

fun refute_tac ss (i, justs) =
fn state =>
let
val ctxt = Simplifier.the_context ss;
val _ = trace_thm ("refute_tac (on subgoal " ^ string_of_int i ^ ", with " ^
string_of_int (length justs) ^ " justification(s)):") state
val {neqE, ...} = get_data ctxt;
fun just1 j =
(* eliminate inequalities *)
REPEAT_DETERM (eresolve_tac neqE i) THEN
PRIMITIVE (trace_thm "State after neqE:") THEN
(* use theorems generated from the actual justifications *)
METAHYPS (fn asms => rtac (mkthm ss asms j) 1) i
in
(* rewrite "[| A1; ...; An |] ==> B" to "[| A1; ...; An; ~B |] ==> False" *)
DETERM (resolve_tac [LA_Logic.notI, LA_Logic.ccontr] i) THEN
(* user-defined preprocessing of the subgoal *)
DETERM (LA_Data.pre_tac ctxt i) THEN
PRIMITIVE (trace_thm "State after pre_tac:") THEN
(* prove every resulting subgoal, using its justification *)
EVERY (map just1 justs)
end  state;

(*
Fast but very incomplete decider. Only premises and conclusions
that are already (negated) (in)equations are taken into account.
*)
fun simpset_lin_arith_tac ss show_ex = SUBGOAL (fn (A, i) =>
let
val ctxt = Simplifier.the_context ss
val params = rev (Logic.strip_params A)
val Hs = Logic.strip_assums_hyp A
val concl = Logic.strip_assums_concl A
val _ = trace_term ctxt ("Trying to refute subgoal " ^ string_of_int i) A
in
case prove ctxt params show_ex true Hs concl of
NONE => (trace_msg "Refutation failed."; no_tac)
| SOME js => (trace_msg "Refutation succeeded."; refute_tac ss (i, js))
end);

fun cut_lin_arith_tac ss =
cut_facts_tac (Simplifier.prems_of_ss ss) THEN'
simpset_lin_arith_tac ss false;

fun lin_arith_tac ctxt =
simpset_lin_arith_tac (Simplifier.context ctxt Simplifier.empty_ss);

(** Forward proof from theorems **)

(* More tricky code. Needs to arrange the proofs of the multiple cases (due
to splits of ~= premises) such that it coincides with the order of the cases
generated by function split_items. *)

datatype splittree = Tip of thm list
| Spl of thm * cterm * splittree * cterm * splittree;

(* "(ct1 ==> ?R) ==> (ct2 ==> ?R) ==> ?R" is taken to (ct1, ct2) *)

fun extract (imp : cterm) : cterm * cterm =
let val (Il, r)    = Thm.dest_comb imp
val (_, imp1)  = Thm.dest_comb Il
val (Ict1, _)  = Thm.dest_comb imp1
val (_, ct1)   = Thm.dest_comb Ict1
val (Ir, _)    = Thm.dest_comb r
val (_, Ict2r) = Thm.dest_comb Ir
val (Ict2, _)  = Thm.dest_comb Ict2r
val (_, ct2)   = Thm.dest_comb Ict2
in (ct1, ct2) end;

fun splitasms ctxt (asms : thm list) : splittree =
let val {neqE, ...} = get_data ctxt
fun elim_neq (asms', []) = Tip (rev asms')
| elim_neq (asms', asm::asms) =
(case get_first (fn th => SOME (asm COMP th) handle THM _ => NONE) neqE of
SOME spl =>
let val (ct1, ct2) = extract (cprop_of spl)
val thm1 = assume ct1
val thm2 = assume ct2
in Spl (spl, ct1, elim_neq (asms', asms@[thm1]), ct2, elim_neq (asms', asms@[thm2]))
end
| NONE => elim_neq (asm::asms', asms))
in elim_neq ([], asms) end;

fun fwdproof ss (Tip asms : splittree) (j::js : injust list) = (mkthm ss asms j, js)
| fwdproof ss (Spl (thm, ct1, tree1, ct2, tree2)) js =
let
val (thm1, js1) = fwdproof ss tree1 js
val (thm2, js2) = fwdproof ss tree2 js1
val thm1' = implies_intr ct1 thm1
val thm2' = implies_intr ct2 thm2
in (thm2' COMP (thm1' COMP thm), js2) end;
(* FIXME needs handle THM _ => NONE ? *)

fun prover ss thms Tconcl (js : injust list) pos : thm option =
let
val ctxt = Simplifier.the_context ss
val thy = ProofContext.theory_of ctxt
val nTconcl = LA_Logic.neg_prop Tconcl
val cnTconcl = cterm_of thy nTconcl
val nTconclthm = assume cnTconcl
val tree = splitasms ctxt (thms @ [nTconclthm])
val (Falsethm, _) = fwdproof ss tree js
val contr = if pos then LA_Logic.ccontr else LA_Logic.notI
val concl = implies_intr cnTconcl Falsethm COMP contr
in SOME (trace_thm "Proved by lin. arith. prover:" (LA_Logic.mk_Eq concl)) end
(*in case concl contains ?-var, which makes assume fail:*)   (* FIXME Variable.import_terms *)
handle THM _ => NONE;

(* PRE: concl is not negated!
This assumption is OK because
1. lin_arith_simproc tries both to prove and disprove concl and
2. lin_arith_simproc is applied by the Simplifier which
dives into terms and will thus try the non-negated concl anyway.
*)
fun lin_arith_simproc ss concl =
let
val ctxt = Simplifier.the_context ss
val thms = maps LA_Logic.atomize (Simplifier.prems_of_ss ss)
val Hs = map Thm.prop_of thms
val Tconcl = LA_Logic.mk_Trueprop concl
in
case prove ctxt [] false false Hs Tconcl of (* concl provable? *)
SOME js => prover ss thms Tconcl js true
| NONE =>
let val nTconcl = LA_Logic.neg_prop Tconcl in
case prove ctxt [] false false Hs nTconcl of (* ~concl provable? *)
SOME js => prover ss thms nTconcl js false
| NONE => NONE
end
end;

end;
```