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Research Interests


I am working in the field of automated reasoning. Among my interests are efficient algorithms and intelligent search control for automatic theorem proving. My long-term goal is the integration of high-performance inference mechanism and machine learning techniques to provide a system that can robustly reason in a wide variety of domains.

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Professor Dr. Stephan Schulz

  1. DHBW Stuttgart

  2. Fakultät Technik

  3. Rotebühlplatz 41

  4. Raum 001

  5. D-70178 Stuttgart

  6. GERMANY

  7. schulz@eprover.org

  8. GPG public key

  9. DHBW Website

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Publications


I try to keep all of my papers and other publications online in my hand-curated bibliography. Google Scholar does a better job of keeping my profile page up to date and also computes various indices and citation counts.

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The Theorem Prover E


Many of the results of my research are embodied in E, a theorem prover for full first-order logic with equality. E has performed well in most CASC competitions and has won a number of prizes.

  1. The main E website is at http://www.eprover.org

  2. The development website has detailed information for some papers and work in progress

  3. A short description is on Wikipedia - take it with the usual caution

Scientific Meetings


Current and upcoming:

  1. Workshop on Logic Programming and Type Inference (PC Member)

  2. PAAR-2016 (PC Co-Chair)

  3. 1st Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Theorem Proving (PC Co-Chair)

  4. FLAIRS-29 (PC Member)


Workshop series I am involved with:

  1. IJCAR Workshops on Practical Aspects of Automated Reasoning (5th PAAR)

  2. Workshops on Empirically Successful Topics in Automated Deduction

  3. International Workshops on the Implementation of Logics (11th lWIL)

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