author skalberg
Thu, 03 Mar 2005 12:43:01 +0100
changeset 15570 8d8c70b41bab
parent 15531 08c8dad8e399
child 15574 b1d1b5bfc464
permissions -rw-r--r--
Move towards standard functions.

(*  Title:      TFL/post.ML
    ID:         $Id$
    Author:     Konrad Slind, Cambridge University Computer Laboratory
    Copyright   1997  University of Cambridge

Second part of main module (postprocessing of TFL definitions).

signature TFL =
  val trace: bool ref
  val quiet_mode: bool ref
  val message: string -> unit
  val tgoalw: theory -> thm list -> thm list -> thm list
  val tgoal: theory -> thm list -> thm list
  val define_i: bool -> theory -> claset -> simpset -> thm list -> thm list -> xstring ->
    term -> term list -> theory * {rules: (thm * int) list, induct: thm, tcs: term list}
  val define: bool -> theory -> claset -> simpset -> thm list -> thm list -> xstring ->
    string -> string list -> theory * {rules: (thm * int) list, induct: thm, tcs: term list}
  val defer_i: theory -> thm list -> xstring -> term list -> theory * thm
  val defer: theory -> thm list -> xstring -> string list -> theory * thm

structure Tfl: TFL =

structure S = USyntax

(* messages *)

val trace = Prim.trace

val quiet_mode = ref false;
fun message s = if ! quiet_mode then () else writeln s;

(* misc *)

val read_term = Thm.term_of oo (HOLogic.read_cterm o Theory.sign_of);

 * Extract termination goals so that they can be put it into a goalstack, or
 * have a tactic directly applied to them.
fun termination_goals rules =
    map (#1 o Type.freeze_thaw o HOLogic.dest_Trueprop)
      (Library.foldr (fn (th,A) => union_term (prems_of th, A)) (rules, []));

 * Finds the termination conditions in (highly massaged) definition and
 * puts them into a goalstack.
fun tgoalw thy defs rules =
  case termination_goals rules of
      [] => error "tgoalw: no termination conditions to prove"
    | L  => goalw_cterm defs
              (Thm.cterm_of (Theory.sign_of thy)
                        (HOLogic.mk_Trueprop(USyntax.list_mk_conj L)));

fun tgoal thy = tgoalw thy [];

 * Three postprocessors are applied to the definition.  It
 * attempts to prove wellfoundedness of the given relation, simplifies the
 * non-proved termination conditions, and finally attempts to prove the
 * simplified termination conditions.
fun std_postprocessor strict cs ss wfs =
  Prim.postprocess strict
   {wf_tac     = REPEAT (ares_tac wfs 1),
    terminator = asm_simp_tac ss 1
                 THEN TRY (silent_arith_tac 1 ORELSE
                           fast_tac (cs addSDs [not0_implies_Suc] addss ss) 1),
    simplifier = Rules.simpl_conv ss []};

val concl = #2 o Rules.dest_thm;

 * Postprocess a definition made by "define". This is a separate stage of
 * processing from the definition stage.
structure R = Rules
structure U = Utils

(* The rest of these local definitions are for the tricky nested case *)
val solved = not o can S.dest_eq o #2 o S.strip_forall o concl

fun id_thm th =
   let val {lhs,rhs} = S.dest_eq (#2 (S.strip_forall (#2 (R.dest_thm th))));
   in lhs aconv rhs end
   handle U.ERR _ => false;

fun prover s = prove_goal HOL.thy s (fn _ => [fast_tac HOL_cs 1]);
val P_imp_P_iff_True = prover "P --> (P= True)" RS mp;
val P_imp_P_eq_True = P_imp_P_iff_True RS eq_reflection;
fun mk_meta_eq r = case concl_of r of
     Const("==",_)$_$_ => r
  |   _ $(Const("op =",_)$_$_) => r RS eq_reflection
  |   _ => r RS P_imp_P_eq_True

(*Is this the best way to invoke the simplifier??*)
fun rewrite L = rewrite_rule (map mk_meta_eq (List.filter(not o id_thm) L))

fun join_assums th =
  let val {sign,...} = rep_thm th
      val tych = cterm_of sign
      val {lhs,rhs} = S.dest_eq(#2 (S.strip_forall (concl th)))
      val cntxtl = (#1 o S.strip_imp) lhs  (* cntxtl should = cntxtr *)
      val cntxtr = (#1 o S.strip_imp) rhs  (* but union is solider *)
      val cntxt = gen_union (op aconv) (cntxtl, cntxtr)
         (rewrite (map (R.ASSUME o tych) cntxt) (R.SPEC_ALL th)))
  val gen_all = S.gen_all
fun proof_stage strict cs ss wfs theory {f, R, rules, full_pats_TCs, TCs} =
    val _ = message "Proving induction theorem ..."
    val ind = Prim.mk_induction theory {fconst=f, R=R, SV=[], pat_TCs_list=full_pats_TCs}
    val _ = message "Postprocessing ...";
    val {rules, induction, nested_tcs} =
      std_postprocessor strict cs ss wfs theory {rules=rules, induction=ind, TCs=TCs}
  case nested_tcs
  of [] => {induction=induction, rules=rules,tcs=[]}
  | L  => let val dummy = message "Simplifying nested TCs ..."
              val (solved,simplified,stubborn) =
               U.itlist (fn th => fn (So,Si,St) =>
                     if (id_thm th) then (So, Si, th::St) else
                     if (solved th) then (th::So, Si, St)
                     else (So, th::Si, St)) nested_tcs ([],[],[])
              val simplified' = map join_assums simplified
              val dummy = (Prim.trace_thms "solved =" solved;
                           Prim.trace_thms "simplified' =" simplified')
              val rewr = full_simplify (ss addsimps (solved @ simplified'));
              val dummy = Prim.trace_thms "Simplifying the induction rule..."
              val induction' = rewr induction
              val dummy = Prim.trace_thms "Simplifying the recursion rules..."
              val rules'     = rewr rules
              val _ = message "... Postprocessing finished";
          {induction = induction',
               rules = rules',
                 tcs = map (gen_all o S.rhs o #2 o S.strip_forall o concl)

(*lcp: curry the predicate of the induction rule*)
fun curry_rule rl =
  SplitRule.split_rule_var (Term.head_of (HOLogic.dest_Trueprop (concl_of rl)), rl);

(*lcp: put a theorem into Isabelle form, using meta-level connectives*)
val meta_outer =
  curry_rule o standard o
  rule_by_tactic (REPEAT (FIRSTGOAL (resolve_tac [allI, impI, conjI] ORELSE' etac conjE)));

(*Strip off the outer !P*)
val spec'= read_instantiate [("x","P::?'b=>bool")] spec;

fun tracing true _ = ()
  | tracing false msg = writeln msg;

fun simplify_defn strict thy cs ss congs wfs id pats def0 =
   let val def = freezeT def0 RS meta_eq_to_obj_eq
       val {theory,rules,rows,TCs,full_pats_TCs} =
           Prim.post_definition congs (thy, (def,pats))
       val {lhs=f,rhs} = S.dest_eq (concl def)
       val (_,[R,_]) = S.strip_comb rhs
       val dummy = Prim.trace_thms "congs =" congs
       (*the next step has caused simplifier looping in some cases*)
       val {induction, rules, tcs} =
             proof_stage strict cs ss wfs theory
               {f = f, R = R, rules = rules,
                full_pats_TCs = full_pats_TCs,
                TCs = TCs}
       val rules' = map (standard o ObjectLogic.rulify_no_asm)
                        (R.CONJUNCTS rules)
         in  {induct = meta_outer (ObjectLogic.rulify_no_asm (induction RS spec')),
        rules =', rows),
        tcs = (termination_goals rules') @ tcs}
  handle U.ERR {mesg,func,module} =>
               error (mesg ^
                      "\n    (In TFL function " ^ module ^ "." ^ func ^ ")");

(* Derive the initial equations from the case-split rules to meet the
users specification of the recursive function. 
 Note: We don't do this if the wf conditions fail to be solved, as each
case may have a different wf condition. We could group the conditions
together and say that they must be true to solve the general case,
but that would hide from the user which sub-case they were related
to. Probably this is not important, and it would work fine, but, for now, I
prefer leaving more fine-grain control to the user. 
-- Lucas Dixon, Aug 2004 *)
  fun get_related_thms i = 
      List.mapPartial ((fn (r,x) => if x = i then SOME r else NONE));

  fun solve_eq (th, [], i) = 
      raise ERROR_MESSAGE "derive_init_eqs: missing rules"
    | solve_eq (th, [a], i) = [(a, i)]
    | solve_eq (th, splitths as (_ :: _), i) = 
      (writeln "Proving unsplit equation...";
      [((standard o ObjectLogic.rulify_no_asm)
          (CaseSplit.splitto splitths th), i)])
      (* if there's an error, pretend nothing happened with this definition 
         We should probably print something out so that the user knows...? *)
      handle ERROR_MESSAGE s => 
             (writeln ("WARNING:post.ML:solve_eq: " ^ s); map (fn x => (x,i)) splitths); 
fun derive_init_eqs sgn rules eqs = 
      val eqths = map (Thm.trivial o (Thm.cterm_of sgn) o HOLogic.mk_Trueprop) 
      fun countlist l = 
          (rev o snd o (Library.foldl (fn ((i,L), e) => (i + 1,(e,i) :: L)))) ((0,[]), l)
      List.concat (map (fn (e,i) => solve_eq (e, (get_related_thms i rules), i))
                (countlist eqths))

 * Defining a function with an associated termination relation.
fun define_i strict thy cs ss congs wfs fid R eqs =
  let val {functional,pats} = Prim.mk_functional thy eqs
      val (thy, def) = Prim.wfrec_definition0 thy (Sign.base_name fid) R functional
      val {induct, rules, tcs} = 
          simplify_defn strict thy cs ss congs wfs fid pats def
      val rules' = 
          if strict then derive_init_eqs (Theory.sign_of thy) rules eqs
          else rules
  in (thy, {rules = rules', induct = induct, tcs = tcs}) end;

fun define strict thy cs ss congs wfs fid R seqs =
  define_i strict thy cs ss congs wfs fid (read_term thy R) (map (read_term thy) seqs)
    handle U.ERR {mesg,...} => error mesg;

 *     Definitions with synthesized termination relation

fun func_of_cond_eqn tm =
  #1 (S.strip_comb (#lhs (S.dest_eq (#2 (S.strip_forall (#2 (S.strip_imp tm)))))));

fun defer_i thy congs fid eqs =
 let val {rules,R,theory,full_pats_TCs,SV,...} =
             Prim.lazyR_def thy (Sign.base_name fid) congs eqs
     val f = func_of_cond_eqn (concl (R.CONJUNCT1 rules handle U.ERR _ => rules));
     val dummy = message "Proving induction theorem ...";
     val induction = Prim.mk_induction theory
                        {fconst=f, R=R, SV=SV, pat_TCs_list=full_pats_TCs}
 in (theory,
     (*return the conjoined induction rule and recursion equations,
       with assumptions remaining to discharge*)
     standard (induction RS (rules RS conjI)))

fun defer thy congs fid seqs =
  defer_i thy congs fid (map (read_term thy) seqs)
    handle U.ERR {mesg,...} => error mesg;