strong>L. Zhang, U. Hustadt, and C. Dixon (2009): ``A Refined Resolution Calculus for CTL.'' In R. A. Schmidt, editor, Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Automated Deduction (CADE-22) [Montreal, Canada, 2-7 August 2009], pp. 245-260. LNAI 5663, Spinger.
Abstract, BibTeX, Abstract + PDF (Springer).

In this paper, we present a refined resolution-based calculus for Computation Tree Logic (CTL). The calculus requires a polynomial time computable transformation of an arbitrary CTL formula to an equi-satisfiable clausal normal form formulated in an extension of CTL with indexed existential path quantifiers. The calculus itself consists of a set of resolution rules which can be used as the basis for an EXPTIME decision procedure for the satisfiability problem of CTL. We prove soundness and completeness of the calculus. In addition, we introduce CTL-RP, our implementation of the calculus as well as some experimental results.


Logic and Computation Group at the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool
Maintained by Ullrich Hustadt, U.Hustadt@csc.liv.ac.uk, last updated Friday, 16-Aug-2013 16:52:01 BST © 1998-2004 by Ullrich Hustadt.