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Re: [tlaplus] Proving INV1
from the hypothesis of INV1
I /\ [N]_f => I'
you can derive both
(1) [N]_f => [I => I']_f and (2) I /\ f'=f => I'
by propositional logic. Now, apply TLA1 to (1), with P and Q both TRUE, to derive
(3) [N]_f => [I => I']_f
(If you are really meticulous, use STL1 to get rid of the formula TRUE on the left-hand side of the direct conclusion of TLA2.) From (2), TLA1 gives you
(4) I <=> I /\ [I => I']_f
and the conclusion of INV1 follows from (3) and (4).
> On 25 Jul 2019, at 14:52, aric.nappi@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Hi all, I am reading Mr. Lamport's paper The Temporal Logic of Actions . In section 5.6 of that paper, he lays out the proof rules of simple temporal logic and simple TLA. I managed to prove the validity of STL1-6 and Lattice and I have proven TLA1 and TLA2 using the previous rules, but I am stuck trying to prove INV1, which is
> I /\ [N]_f => I'
> I /\ [N]_f => I
> where I is a predicate, N is an action, and f is a state function.
> I was thinking that you need to use either TLA1 or TLA2, but I have not had much luck. If anyone could point me in the right direction, such as by letting me know which proof rules are important in proving this rule, I would be grateful.
>  http://lamport.azurewebsites.net/pubs/pubs.html#lamport-actions
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