The authors, designers, and main contributors to CVC4 are listed below.
CVC4's copyright is held by these individuals and the affiliated
institutions at the time of their contributions (note that some authors have
had more than one affiliated institution). See the file COPYING for details on
the copyright and licensing of CVC4.
The developers and authors of CVC4 are:
Haniel Barbosa, The University of Iowa, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Clark Barrett, New York University, Google, Stanford University
Martin Brain, University of Oxford
Ahmed Irfan, Stanford University
Makai Mann, Stanford University
Abdalrhman Mohamed, The University of Iowa
Mudathir Mohamed, The University of Iowa
Aina Niemetz, Stanford University
Andres Noetzli, Stanford University
Alex Ozdemir, Stanford University
Mathias Preiner, Stanford University
Andrew Reynolds, The University of Iowa, EPFL
Ying Sheng, Stanford University
Cesare Tinelli, The University of Iowa
Yoni Zohar, Stanford University
Kshitij Bansal, New York University, Google
Francois Bobot, The University of Iowa, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique
Christopher Conway, New York University, Google
Morgan Deters, New York University
Liana Hadarean, New York University, Mentor Graphics Corporation
Dejan Jovanovic, New York University, SRI International
Guy Katz, New York University, Stanford University
Tim King, New York University, Universite Joseph Fourier, Google
Tianyi Liang, The University of Iowa
Paul Meng, The University of Iowa
Other contributors to the CVC4 codebase are listed in the THANKS file.
CVC4 is the fourth in the CVC series of tools (CVC, CVC Lite, CVC3) but does
not directly incorporate code from any previous version. Information about
authors of previous CVC tools is included with their distributions.
CVC4 contains MiniSAT code by Niklas Een and Niklas Sorensson.
The CVC4 parser incorporates some code from ANTLR3, by Jim Idle, Temporal