Herbrand Award

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The Herbrand Award for Distinguished Contributions to Automated Deduction is an award given by CADE Inc. (although it predates the formal incorporation of CADE) to honour persons or groups for important contributions to the field of automated deduction. The award is named after the French scientist Jacques Herbrand and given at most once per CADE or IJCAR conference. It comes with an endowment of US$ 1000. Anyone can be nominated, the award is awarded after a vote among CADE trustees and former recipients, usually with input from the CADE/IJCAR programme committee.

Past recipients of the award are:

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