An Open Challenge Problem Repository for Systems Supporting Binders

Amy Felty
(University of Ottawa)
Alberto Momigliano
(Universita degli Studi di Milano)
Brigitte Pientka
(McGill University)

A variety of logical frameworks support the use of higher-order abstract syntax in representing formal systems; however, each system has its own set of benchmarks. Even worse, general proof assistants that provide special libraries for dealing with binders offer a very limited evaluation of such libraries, and the examples given often do not exercise and stress-test key aspects that arise in the presence of binders. In this paper we design an open repository ORBI (Open challenge problem Repository for systems supporting reasoning with BInders). We believe the field of reasoning about languages with binders has matured, and a common set of benchmarks provides an important basis for evaluation and qualitative comparison of different systems and libraries that support binders, and it will help to advance the field.

In Iliano Cervesato and Kaustuv Chaudhuri: Proceedings Tenth International Workshop on Logical Frameworks and Meta Languages: Theory and Practice (LFMTP 2015), Berlin, Germany, 1 August 2015, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 185, pp. 18–32.
Published: 27th July 2015.

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