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= Welcome =
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Termination is a fundamental topic in computer science. While classical results state the undecidability of various termination problems, automated methods have successfully been developed that prove termination or non-termination in practical cases.
 
Termination is a fundamental topic in computer science. While classical results state the undecidability of various termination problems, automated methods have successfully been developed that prove termination or non-termination in practical cases.
 
Research in termination analysis offers many challenges both in theory (mathematical logic, proof theory) and practice (software development, formal methods).
 
Research in termination analysis offers many challenges both in theory (mathematical logic, proof theory) and practice (software development, formal methods).
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[[:Category:News|News]] (information about events and new publications),
 
[[:Category:News|News]] (information about events and new publications),
 
[[:Category:Tools|Tools]] (information about tools for automated termination analysis), and
 
[[:Category:Tools|Tools]] (information about tools for automated termination analysis), and
[[:Category:References|References]] (publications related to termination analysis).  
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[[:Category:Bibtex|References]] (publications related to termination analysis).  
Additionally, the portal provide information about past and future [[WST|workshops]] and [[Termination Competition|competitions]].
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Additionally, the portal provides information about past and future [[WST|workshops]] and [[Termination Competition|competitions]].
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Have [[Suggestions]] to improve this web resource?
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- How to [[Contribute]].
  
 
=Recent News=
 
=Recent News=
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Latest revision as of 01:09, 15 June 2022


Termination is a fundamental topic in computer science. While classical results state the undecidability of various termination problems, automated methods have successfully been developed that prove termination or non-termination in practical cases. Research in termination analysis offers many challenges both in theory (mathematical logic, proof theory) and practice (software development, formal methods).

This portal aims to provide the research community with up-to-date information about the field of termination analysis. The main sections are People (information about researchers in termination analysis), News (information about events and new publications), Tools (information about tools for automated termination analysis), and References (publications related to termination analysis). Additionally, the portal provides information about past and future workshops and competitions.

Have Suggestions to improve this web resource? - How to Contribute.

Recent News

Older news entries can be found on the news page.