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Computer Science
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34
Citations
4,911
95
World Ranking
8163
National Ranking
3793

- Programming language
- Algebra
- Algorithm

John Harrison focuses on HOL, Programming language, Automated theorem proving, Algebra and Mathematical proof. His HOL research incorporates elements of Discrete mathematics, Vector space and Euclidean space. John Harrison interconnects Simple, Proof assistant, Theoretical computer science and Automation in the investigation of issues within Programming language.

The various areas that John Harrison examines in his Automated theorem proving study include Multiplication and Symbolic computation. When carried out as part of a general Algebra research project, his work on Hol light and Quadratic form is frequently linked to work in Ellipsoid method, Univariate and Explained sum of squares, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His research in Mathematical proof intersects with topics in Software, Correctness, Combinatorics and Round-off error.

- HOL Light: A Tutorial Introduction (295 citations)
- PBT2 Rapidly Improves Cognition in Alzheimer's Disease: Additional Phase II Analyses (286 citations)
- Handbook of Practical Logic and Automated Reasoning (206 citations)

His main research concerns Automated theorem proving, HOL, Algorithm, Formal verification and Calculus. His Automated theorem proving research includes themes of Proof assistant, Hol light and Proof theory. His HOL research focuses on Symbolic computation and how it relates to Real number.

His Formal verification research also works with subjects such as

- Transcendental function, Arithmetic and Binary number most often made with reference to Floating point,
- Software, which have a strong connection to Modular design. His Calculus study combines topics in areas such as Discrete mathematics, Mathematical proof, Formal proof and Fundamental theorem. His Programming language research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Automation and Simple.

- Automated theorem proving (26.06%)
- HOL (20.42%)
- Algorithm (19.01%)

- Cognition (9.86%)
- Disease (7.04%)
- Calculus (15.49%)

John Harrison spends much of his time researching Cognition, Disease, Calculus, Discrete mathematics and Functional composite. His study looks at the intersection of Cognition and topics like Cognitive psychology with Dementia. His Disease study incorporates themes from Physical therapy, Clinical trial and Clinical psychology.

His studies in Calculus integrate themes in fields like Proof assistant, Mathematical proof, Formal proof and Formal verification. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Space and Automated theorem proving. His Automated theorem proving study is concerned with the larger field of Theoretical computer science.

- A formal proof of the Kepler conjecture (160 citations)
- The HOL Light Theory of Euclidean Space (89 citations)
- Apparatus and method for capturing images (66 citations)

- Programming language
- Algebra
- Algorithm

His primary scientific interests are in Calculus, Discrete mathematics, Kepler conjecture, Formal proof and Hol light. His Calculus research incorporates themes from Algorithm, Automated theorem proving, Formal verification, Proof assistant and Fundamental theorem. His work carried out in the field of Discrete mathematics brings together such families of science as Isometry and Locally convex topological vector space.

John Harrison performs multidisciplinary studies into Kepler conjecture and Algebra in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Development, HOL and Euclidean space in addition to Algebra.

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HOL Light: A Tutorial Introduction

John Harrison.

formal methods in computer aided design **(1996)**

423 Citations

Handbook of Practical Logic and Automated Reasoning

John Harrison.

**(2009)**

404 Citations

PBT2 Rapidly Improves Cognition in Alzheimer's Disease: Additional Phase II Analyses

Noel G. Faux;Craig W. Ritchie;Adam Gunn;Alan Rembach;Alan Rembach.

Journal of Alzheimer's Disease **(2010)**

401 Citations

Theorem Proving with the Real Numbers

John Harrison.

**(1998)**

336 Citations

Synaesthesia: Prevalence and Familiality:

Simon Baron-Cohen;Lucy Burt;Fiona Smith-Laittan;John Harrison.

Perception **(1996)**

304 Citations

Experience with Embedding Hardware Description Languages in HOL

Richard J. Boulton;Andrew Gordon;Michael J. C. Gordon;John Harrison.

Proceedings of the IFIP TC10/WG 10.2 International Conference on Theorem Provers in Circuit Design: Theory, Practice and Experience **(1992)**

281 Citations

HOL Light: An Overview

John Harrison.

theorem proving in higher order logics **(2009)**

231 Citations

The Library of Isaac Newton

John R. Harrison.

**(1978)**

214 Citations

A formal proof of the Kepler conjecture

Thomas C. Hales;Mark Adams;Gertrud Bauer;Dat Tat Dang.

Forum of Mathematics, Pi **(2017)**

190 Citations

A Machine-Checked Theory of Floating Point Arithmetic

John Harrison.

theorem proving in higher order logics **(1999)**

174 Citations

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