The Verish program is a tool for checking proofs written in the Verish language, and facilitating the development of proofs.
The Verish language is equivalent to the standard language used for automated reasoning checking, (usually known as Lower Predicate Calculus, LPC, or First Order Predicate Calculus), with the addition of built-in frameworks for defining and using abbreviations, and organizing proofs as applications of methods, but the grammar of LPC has been rearranged so that it flows more like a natural language, and only ASCII symbols are used. The aim is that Verish should be a pleasure to work with.
DocumentationThe complete documentation is provided on the Verish website http://verish.info, and is GFDL. The Verish website also includes a growing knowledge base of useful definitions and proofs in Verish, (with comments in English), which is intended to grow roughly according to the plan of Roget's Thesaurus. The knowledge base is also GFDL.
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