## Section: New Software and Platforms

### iProverModulo

iProver Modulo is an extension of the automated theorem prover iProver originally developed by Konstantin Korovin at the University of Manchester. It implements ordered polarized resolution modulo, a refinement of the resolution method based on deduction modulo. It takes as input a proposition in predicate logic and a clausal rewriting system defining the theory in which the formula has to be proved. Normalization with respect to the term rewriting rules is performed very efficiently through translation into OCaml code, compilation and dynamic linking. Experiments have shown that ordered polarized resolution modulo dramatically improves proof search compared to using raw axioms. iProver Modulo is also able to produce proofs that can be checked by Dedukti, therefore improving confidence.

In 2015, we improved its integration with Autotheo.