Volume 12, 2000

University of Bialystok

Copyright (c) 2000 Association of Mizar Users

**Jing-Chao Chen**- Shanghai Jiaotong University

- If a loop-invariant exists in a loop program, computing its result by loop-invariant is simpler and easier than computing its result by the inductive method. For this purpose, the article describes the premise and the final computation result of the program such as ``while$<$0'', ``while$>$0'', ``while$<>$0'' by loop-invariant. To test the effectiveness of the computation method given in this article, by using loop-invariant of the loop programs mentioned above, we justify the correctness of the following three examples: Summing $n$ integers (used for testing ``while$>$0''), Fibonacci sequence (used for testing ``while$<$0''), Greatest Common Divisor, i.e. Euclide algorithm (used for testing ``while$<>$0'').

This research is partially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China Grant No. 69873033.

- Preliminaries
- Computing Directly the Result of ``while$<$0'' Program by Loop-Invariant
- An Example: Summing Directly $n$ Integers by Loop-Invariant
- Computing Directly the Result of ``while$>$0'' Program by Loop-Invariant
- An Example: Computing Directly Fibonacci Sequence by Loop-Invariant
- The Construction of ``while$<>$0'' Loop Program
- The Basic Property of ``while$<>$0'' Program
- Computing Directly the Result of ``while$<>$0'' Program by Loop-Invariant
- An Example: Computing Greatest Common Divisor (Euclide Algorithm) by Loop-Invariant

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