Please send your submission
via this web page.
The submission must follow the following Isabelle style rules.
For additional guidelines on Isabelle proofs, also see the this guide (feel free to follow all of these; only the below are mandatory).
Technical details about the submission process and the format of the submission are explained on the submission site.
- No use of the commands
- Instantiations must not use Isabelle-generated names such as
xa — use Isar, the
rename_tac to avoid such names.
- No use of the command
- If your theories contain calls to
nunchaku those calls must
expect parameter. Alternatively the
expect parameter must be set globally via, e.g.
apply scripts should be indented by subgoal as in
the Isabelle distribution. If an
apply command is
applied to a state with
n+1 subgoals, it must be
n spaces relative to the first
apply in the sequence.
- Only named lemmas should carry attributes such as
- We prefer structured Isar proofs over apply style, but do not
- If there are proof steps that take significant time, i.e. longer
than roughly 1 min, please add a short comment to that step, so
maintainers will know what to expect.
- The entry must contain a ROOT file with one session that has the
name of the entry. We strongly encourage precisely one session per
entry, but exceptions can be made. All sessions must be in group
(AFP), and all theory files of the submission must be contained in
at least one session. See also the example ROOT file
in the Example submission.
- The entry should cite all sources that the theories are based on,
for example textbooks or research articles containing informal versions of the proofs.
Your submission must contain an abstract to be displayed on the web site – usually this will be the same as the abstract of your proof document in the root.tex file. You can use LaTeX formulae in this web site abstract, either inline formulae in the form $a+b$ or \(a+b\) or display formulae in the form $$a + b$$ or \[a + b\]. Other occurrences of these characters must be escaped (e.g. \$ or \\(). Note that LaTeX in the title of an entry is not allowed. Most basic LaTeX functionality should be supported. For details on what parts of LaTeX are supported, see the MathJax documentation.
It is possible and encouraged to build on other archive entries
in your submission. There is a standardised way to
refer to other AFP entries in your
Your submission will be refereed and you will receive notification
as soon as possible. If accepted, you must agree to maintain your
archive entry or nominate someone else to maintain it. The Isabelle
development team will assist with maintenance, but it does not have the
resources to fully maintain the complete archive.
If you have questions regarding your submission, please email email@example.com.
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