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logicproof – Box proofs for propositional and predicate logic

A com­mon style of proof used in propo­si­tional and pred­i­cate logic is Fitch proofs, in which each line of the proof has a state­ment and a jus­ti­fi­ca­tion, and sub­proofs within a larger proof have boxes around them.

The pack­age pro­vides en­vi­ron­ments for type­set­ting such proofs and boxes. It cre­ates proofs in a style sim­i­lar to that used in “Logic in Com­puter Science” by Huth and Ryan.

Ver­sion 2014-03-20
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right2014 Alan David­son
Main­tainerAlan David­son
Con­tained inTeX Live as log­icproof
MiKTeX as log­icproof
Topics type­set­ting lo­gi­cian’s dis­cus­sions

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