Metalogic-inference

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GNU MLI

https://www.gnu.org/software/metalogic-inference/
metaLogic Inference program

GNU MLI, the MetaLogic Inference program, analyzes and finds proofs of logical and mathematical statements, starting at the metamathematical level. MLI supports unification branching, substitutions with conditions, and breadth-first proof tree searches.

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released on 31 March 2017



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