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Blasum, Holger; Havle, Oto; Tverdyshev, Sergey; Langenstein, Bruno; Stephan, Werner; Feliachi, Abderrahmane; Nemouchi, Yakoub; Wolff, Burkhart; Proch, Cyril; Verbeek, Freek; Schmaltz, Julien

Tverdyshev, Sergey; Havle, Oto; Blasum, Holger; Langenstein, Bruno; Stephan, Werner; Feliachi, Abderrahmane; Nemouchi, Yakoub; Wolff, Burkhart; Proch, Cyril; Verbeek, Freek; Schmaltz, Julien

This document consists of three chapters:

  • Chapter 1 describes how Isabelle/HOL works and how to use it in a certification processnbsp;in a sound way./li> li>Chapter 2: Style Guide. It describes how to write Isabelle theories so that they are suitablenbsp;for collaborative work and human readers in a certification context./li> li>Chapter 3: Compliance statement. We state how, in the EURO-MILS project, the developednbsp;theories are compliant with (1) and (2)./li> /ul>

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