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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We describe an initial version of a system for mechanically checking the correctness proof of a concurrent system. Input to the system consists of the correctness properties, expressed in TLA (the temporal logic of actions), and their proofs, written in a humanly readable, hierarchically structured form. The system uses a mechanical verifier to check each step of the proof, translating the step's assertion into a theorem in the verifier's logic and its proof into instructions for the verifier.doi:10.1007/3-540-56496-9_5 fatcat:qxpoyirksbbitl5q73wurgjoh4