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Abstract |
This article explores methods to provide computer support for reasoning
about graph transformations. We first define a general framework for
representing graphs, graph morphisms and single graph rewriting steps. This
setup allows for interactively reasoning about graph transformations. In
order to achieve a higher degree of automation, we identify fragments of the
graph description language in which we can reduce reasoning about global
graph properties to reasoning about local properties, involving only a
bounded number of nodes, which can be decided by Boolean satisfiability
solving or even by deterministic computation of low complexity.
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@Article{strecker18:_proofs_graph_trans, author = {Martin Strecker}, title = {Interactive and automated proofs for graph transformations}, journal = {Mathematical Structures in Computer Science}, volume = 28, number = 8, pages = {1333--1362}, year = 2018, url = {https://www.irit.fr/~Martin.Strecker/Publications/proofs_graph_transformations.html} }
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