(theory Reals_Ints :smt-lib-version 2.0 :written_by "Cesare Tinelli" :date "2010-04-17" :sorts ((Int 0) (Real 0)) :funs ((NUMERAL Int) (- Int Int) ; negation (- Int Int Int :left-assoc) ; subtraction (+ Int Int Int :left-assoc) (* Int Int Int :left-assoc) (div Int Int Int :left-assoc) (mod Int Int Int) (abs Int Int) (<= Int Int Bool :chainable) (< Int Int Bool :chainable) (>= Int Int Bool :chainable) (> Int Int Bool :chainable) (DECIMAL Real) (- Real Real) ; negation (- Real Real Real :left-assoc) ; subtraction (+ Real Real Real :left-assoc) (* Real Real Real :left-assoc) (/ Real Real Real :left-assoc) (<= Real Real Bool :chainable) (< Real Real Bool :chainable) (>= Real Real Bool :chainable) (> Real Real Bool :chainable) (to_real Int Real) (to_int Real Int) (is_int Real Bool) ) :funs_description "All ranked function symbols of the form ((_ divisible n) Int Bool) where n is a positive numeral. " :values "The set of values for the sort Int consists of - all numerals, - all terms of the form (- n) where n is a numeral other than 0. The set of values for the sort Real consists of - all terms of the form (/ (to_real m) (to_real n)) or (/ (- (to_real m)) (to_real n)) where - m is a numeral, - n is a numeral other than 0, - as integers, m and n have no common factors besides 1. " :definition "For every expanded signature Sigma, the instance of RealsInts with that signature is the theory consisting of all Sigma-models that interpret: - the sort Int as the set of all integer numbers, - the sort Real as the set of all real numbers, - each numeral as the corresponding natural number, - to_real as the standard injection of the integers into the reals, - the other function symbols with Int arguments as in the theory declaration Ints, - each decimal as the corresponding real number, - to_int as the function that maps each real number r to its integer part, that is, to the largest integer n that satisfies (<= (to_real n) r) - is_int as the function that maps to true all and only the reals in the image of to_real, - the other function symbols with Real arguments as in the theory declaration Reals. " :notes "By definition of to_int, (to_int (- 1.3)) is equivalent to (- 2), not (- 1). " :notes "For each instance T of Reals_Ints, all models of T satisfy the sentence: (forall ((x Real)) (= (is_int x) (= x (to_real (to_int x))))) " )