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src/Tools/IsaPlanner/rw_inst.ML

author | wenzelm |

Mon, 07 Oct 2013 21:24:44 +0200 | |

changeset 54313 | da2e6282a4f5 |

parent 52245 | f76fb8858e0b |

child 58318 | f95754ca7082 |

permissions | -rw-r--r-- |

native executable even for Linux, to avoid surprises with file managers opening executable script as text file;

(* Title: Tools/IsaPlanner/rw_inst.ML Author: Lucas Dixon, University of Edinburgh Rewriting using a conditional meta-equality theorem which supports schematic variable instantiation. *) signature RW_INST = sig val rw: Proof.context -> ((indexname * (sort * typ)) list * (* type var instantiations *) (indexname * (typ * term)) list) (* schematic var instantiations *) * (string * typ) list (* Fake named bounds + types *) * (string * typ) list (* names of bound + types *) * term -> (* outer term for instantiation *) thm -> (* rule with indexes lifted *) thm -> (* target thm *) thm (* rewritten theorem possibly with additional premises for rule conditions *) end; structure RW_Inst: RW_INST = struct (* Given (string,type) pairs capturing the free vars that need to be allified in the assumption, and a theorem with assumptions possibly containing the free vars, then we give back the assumptions allified as hidden hyps. Given: x th: A vs ==> B vs Results in: "B vs" [!!x. A x] *) fun allify_conditions Ts th = let val cert = Thm.cterm_of (Thm.theory_of_thm th); fun allify (x, T) t = Logic.all_const T $ Abs (x, T, Term.abstract_over (Free (x, T), t)); val cTs = map (cert o Free) Ts; val cterm_asms = map (cert o fold_rev allify Ts) (Thm.prems_of th); val allifyied_asm_thms = map (Drule.forall_elim_list cTs o Thm.assume) cterm_asms; in (fold (curry op COMP) allifyied_asm_thms th, cterm_asms) end; (* Given a list of variables that were bound, and a that has been instantiated with free variable placeholders for the bound vars, it creates an abstracted version of the theorem, with local bound vars as lambda-params: Ts: ("x", ty) rule:: C :x ==> P :x = Q :x results in: ("!! x. C x", (%x. p x = %y. p y) [!! x. C x]) note: assumes rule is instantiated *) (* Note, we take abstraction in the order of last abstraction first *) fun mk_abstractedrule ctxt TsFake Ts rule = let val cert = Thm.cterm_of (Thm.theory_of_thm rule); (* now we change the names of temporary free vars that represent bound vars with binders outside the redex *) val ns = IsaND.variant_names ctxt (Thm.full_prop_of rule :: Thm.hyps_of rule) (map fst Ts); val (fromnames, tonames, Ts') = fold (fn (((faken, _), (n, ty)), n2) => fn (rnf, rnt, Ts'') => (cert (Free(faken,ty)) :: rnf, cert (Free(n2,ty)) :: rnt, (n2,ty) :: Ts'')) (TsFake ~~ Ts ~~ ns) ([], [], []); (* rename conflicting free's in the rule to avoid cconflicts with introduced vars from bounds outside in redex *) val rule' = rule |> Drule.forall_intr_list fromnames |> Drule.forall_elim_list tonames; (* make unconditional rule and prems *) val (uncond_rule, cprems) = allify_conditions (rev Ts') rule'; (* using these names create lambda-abstracted version of the rule *) val abstractions = rev (Ts' ~~ tonames); val abstract_rule = fold (fn ((n, ty), ct) => Thm.abstract_rule n ct) abstractions uncond_rule; in (cprems, abstract_rule) end; (* given names to avoid, and vars that need to be fixed, it gives unique new names to the vars so that they can be fixed as free variables *) (* make fixed unique free variable instantiations for non-ground vars *) (* Create a table of vars to be renamed after instantiation - ie other uninstantiated vars in the hyps of the rule ie ?z in C ?z ?x ==> A ?x ?y = B ?x ?y *) fun mk_renamings ctxt tgt rule_inst = let val rule_conds = Thm.prems_of rule_inst; val (_, cond_vs) = fold (fn t => fn (tyvs, vs) => (union (op =) (Misc_Legacy.term_tvars t) tyvs, union (op =) (map Term.dest_Var (Misc_Legacy.term_vars t)) vs)) rule_conds ([], []); val termvars = map Term.dest_Var (Misc_Legacy.term_vars tgt); val vars_to_fix = union (op =) termvars cond_vs; val ys = IsaND.variant_names ctxt (tgt :: rule_conds) (map (fst o fst) vars_to_fix); in map2 (fn (xi, T) => fn y => ((xi, T), Free (y, T))) vars_to_fix ys end; (* make a new fresh typefree instantiation for the given tvar *) fun new_tfree (tv as (ix,sort)) (pairs, used) = let val v = singleton (Name.variant_list used) (string_of_indexname ix) in ((ix,(sort,TFree(v,sort)))::pairs, v::used) end; (* make instantiations to fix type variables that are not already instantiated (in ignore_ixs) from the list of terms. *) fun mk_fixtvar_tyinsts ignore_insts ts = let val ignore_ixs = map fst ignore_insts; val (tvars, tfrees) = fold_rev (fn t => fn (varixs, tfrees) => (Misc_Legacy.add_term_tvars (t,varixs), Misc_Legacy.add_term_tfrees (t,tfrees))) ts ([], []); val unfixed_tvars = filter (fn (ix,s) => not (member (op =) ignore_ixs ix)) tvars; val (fixtyinsts, _) = fold_rev new_tfree unfixed_tvars ([], map fst tfrees) in (fixtyinsts, tfrees) end; (* cross-instantiate the instantiations - ie for each instantiation replace all occurances in other instantiations - no loops are possible and thus only one-parsing of the instantiations is necessary. *) fun cross_inst insts = let fun instL (ix, (ty,t)) = map (fn (ix2,(ty2,t2)) => (ix2, (ty2,Term.subst_vars ([], [(ix, t)]) t2))); fun cross_instL ([], l) = rev l | cross_instL ((ix, t) :: insts, l) = cross_instL (instL (ix, t) insts, (ix, t) :: (instL (ix, t) l)); in cross_instL (insts, []) end; (* as above but for types -- I don't know if this is needed, will we ever incur mixed up types? *) fun cross_inst_typs insts = let fun instL (ix, (srt,ty)) = map (fn (ix2,(srt2,ty2)) => (ix2, (srt2,Term.typ_subst_TVars [(ix, ty)] ty2))); fun cross_instL ([], l) = rev l | cross_instL ((ix, t) :: insts, l) = cross_instL (instL (ix, t) insts, (ix, t) :: (instL (ix, t) l)); in cross_instL (insts, []) end; (* assume that rule and target_thm have distinct var names. THINK: efficient version with tables for vars for: target vars, introduced vars, and rule vars, for quicker instantiation? The outerterm defines which part of the target_thm was modified. Note: we take Ts in the upterm order, ie last abstraction first., and with an outeterm where the abstracted subterm has the arguments in the revered order, ie first abstraction first. FakeTs has abstractions using the fake name - ie the name distinct from all other abstractions. *) fun rw ctxt ((nonfixed_typinsts, unprepinsts), FakeTs, Ts, outerterm) rule target_thm = let val thy = Thm.theory_of_thm target_thm; val cert = Thm.cterm_of thy; val certT = Thm.ctyp_of thy; (* fix all non-instantiated tvars *) val (fixtyinsts, othertfrees) = (* FIXME proper context!? *) mk_fixtvar_tyinsts nonfixed_typinsts [Thm.prop_of rule, Thm.prop_of target_thm]; val typinsts = cross_inst_typs (nonfixed_typinsts @ fixtyinsts); (* certified instantiations for types *) val ctyp_insts = map (fn (ix, (s, ty)) => (certT (TVar (ix, s)), certT ty)) typinsts; (* type instantiated versions *) val tgt_th_tyinst = Thm.instantiate (ctyp_insts,[]) target_thm; val rule_tyinst = Thm.instantiate (ctyp_insts,[]) rule; val term_typ_inst = map (fn (ix,(_,ty)) => (ix,ty)) typinsts; (* type instanitated outer term *) val outerterm_tyinst = Term.subst_TVars term_typ_inst outerterm; val FakeTs_tyinst = map (apsnd (Term.typ_subst_TVars term_typ_inst)) FakeTs; val Ts_tyinst = map (apsnd (Term.typ_subst_TVars term_typ_inst)) Ts; (* type-instantiate the var instantiations *) val insts_tyinst = fold_rev (fn (ix, (ty, t)) => fn insts_tyinst => (ix, (Term.typ_subst_TVars term_typ_inst ty, Term.subst_TVars term_typ_inst t)) :: insts_tyinst) unprepinsts []; (* cross-instantiate *) val insts_tyinst_inst = cross_inst insts_tyinst; (* create certms of instantiations *) val cinsts_tyinst = map (fn (ix, (ty, t)) => (cert (Var (ix, ty)), cert t)) insts_tyinst_inst; (* The instantiated rule *) val rule_inst = rule_tyinst |> Thm.instantiate ([], cinsts_tyinst); (* Create a table of vars to be renamed after instantiation - ie other uninstantiated vars in the hyps the *instantiated* rule ie ?z in C ?z ?x ==> A ?x ?y = B ?x ?y *) val renamings = mk_renamings ctxt (Thm.prop_of tgt_th_tyinst) rule_inst; val cterm_renamings = map (fn (x, y) => (cert (Var x), cert y)) renamings; (* Create the specific version of the rule for this target application *) val outerterm_inst = outerterm_tyinst |> Term.subst_Vars (map (fn (ix, (ty, t)) => (ix, t)) insts_tyinst_inst) |> Term.subst_Vars (map (fn ((ix, ty), t) => (ix, t)) renamings); val couter_inst = Thm.reflexive (cert outerterm_inst); val (cprems, abstract_rule_inst) = rule_inst |> Thm.instantiate ([], cterm_renamings) |> mk_abstractedrule ctxt FakeTs_tyinst Ts_tyinst; val specific_tgt_rule = Conv.fconv_rule Drule.beta_eta_conversion (Thm.combination couter_inst abstract_rule_inst); (* create an instantiated version of the target thm *) val tgt_th_inst = tgt_th_tyinst |> Thm.instantiate ([], cinsts_tyinst) |> Thm.instantiate ([], cterm_renamings); val (vars,frees_of_fixed_vars) = Library.split_list cterm_renamings; in Conv.fconv_rule Drule.beta_eta_conversion tgt_th_inst |> Thm.equal_elim specific_tgt_rule |> Drule.implies_intr_list cprems |> Drule.forall_intr_list frees_of_fixed_vars |> Drule.forall_elim_list vars |> Thm.varifyT_global' othertfrees |-> K Drule.zero_var_indexes end; end;