Term Rewriting System R:
[X, Y, Z, X1, X2]
active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Termination of R to be shown.

R
Dependency Pair Analysis

R contains the following Dependency Pairs:

ACTIVE(from(X)) -> CONS(X, from(s(X)))
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> FROM(s(X))
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> S(X)
ACTIVE(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> SEL(X, Z)
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> FROM(active(X))
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)
ACTIVE(cons(X1, X2)) -> CONS(active(X1), X2)
ACTIVE(cons(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(s(X)) -> S(active(X))
ACTIVE(s(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> SEL(active(X1), X2)
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> SEL(X1, active(X2))
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X2)
FROM(mark(X)) -> FROM(X)
FROM(ok(X)) -> FROM(X)
CONS(mark(X1), X2) -> CONS(X1, X2)
CONS(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> CONS(X1, X2)
S(mark(X)) -> S(X)
S(ok(X)) -> S(X)
SEL(mark(X1), X2) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(X1, mark(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
PROPER(from(X)) -> FROM(proper(X))
PROPER(from(X)) -> PROPER(X)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> CONS(proper(X1), proper(X2))
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
PROPER(s(X)) -> S(proper(X))
PROPER(s(X)) -> PROPER(X)
PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> SEL(proper(X1), proper(X2))
PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
TOP(mark(X)) -> TOP(proper(X))
TOP(mark(X)) -> PROPER(X)
TOP(ok(X)) -> TOP(active(X))
TOP(ok(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)

Furthermore, R contains seven SCCs.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

CONS(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> CONS(X1, X2)
CONS(mark(X1), X2) -> CONS(X1, X2)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

CONS(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> CONS(X1, X2)
CONS(mark(X1), X2) -> CONS(X1, X2)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
CONS(x1, x2) -> CONS(x1, x2)
mark(x1) -> mark(x1)
ok(x1) -> ok(x1)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 8
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

FROM(ok(X)) -> FROM(X)
FROM(mark(X)) -> FROM(X)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

FROM(ok(X)) -> FROM(X)
FROM(mark(X)) -> FROM(X)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
FROM(x1) -> FROM(x1)
mark(x1) -> mark(x1)
ok(x1) -> ok(x1)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 9
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

S(ok(X)) -> S(X)
S(mark(X)) -> S(X)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

S(ok(X)) -> S(X)
S(mark(X)) -> S(X)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
S(x1) -> S(x1)
ok(x1) -> ok(x1)
mark(x1) -> mark(x1)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 10
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

SEL(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(X1, mark(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(mark(X1), X2) -> SEL(X1, X2)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

SEL(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(X1, mark(X2)) -> SEL(X1, X2)
SEL(mark(X1), X2) -> SEL(X1, X2)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
SEL(x1, x2) -> SEL(x1, x2)
mark(x1) -> mark(x1)
ok(x1) -> ok(x1)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 11
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X2)
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(s(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)
ACTIVE(cons(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X2)
ACTIVE(sel(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(s(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)
ACTIVE(cons(X1, X2)) -> ACTIVE(X1)
ACTIVE(from(X)) -> ACTIVE(X)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
ACTIVE(x1) -> ACTIVE(x1)
s(x1) -> s(x1)
from(x1) -> from(x1)
sel(x1, x2) -> sel(x1, x2)
cons(x1, x2) -> cons(x1, x2)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 12
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
Argument Filtering and Ordering
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pairs:

PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(s(X)) -> PROPER(X)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(from(X)) -> PROPER(X)

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

The following dependency pairs can be strictly oriented:

PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
PROPER(sel(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(s(X)) -> PROPER(X)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X2)
PROPER(cons(X1, X2)) -> PROPER(X1)
PROPER(from(X)) -> PROPER(X)

There are no usable rules using the Ce-refinement that need to be oriented.
Used ordering: Lexicographic Path Order with Non-Strict Precedence with Quasi Precedence:
trivial

resulting in one new DP problem.
Used Argument Filtering System:
PROPER(x1) -> PROPER(x1)
sel(x1, x2) -> sel(x1, x2)
cons(x1, x2) -> cons(x1, x2)
from(x1) -> from(x1)
s(x1) -> s(x1)

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 13
Dependency Graph
→DP Problem 7
Remaining

Dependency Pair:

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Using the Dependency Graph resulted in no new DP problems.

R
DPs
→DP Problem 1
AFS
→DP Problem 2
AFS
→DP Problem 3
AFS
→DP Problem 4
AFS
→DP Problem 5
AFS
→DP Problem 6
AFS
→DP Problem 7
Remaining Obligation(s)

The following remains to be proven:
Dependency Pairs:

TOP(ok(X)) -> TOP(active(X))
TOP(mark(X)) -> TOP(proper(X))

Rules:

active(from(X)) -> mark(cons(X, from(s(X))))
active(sel(0, cons(X, Y))) -> mark(X)
active(sel(s(X), cons(Y, Z))) -> mark(sel(X, Z))
active(from(X)) -> from(active(X))
active(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(active(X1), X2)
active(s(X)) -> s(active(X))
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(active(X1), X2)
active(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(X1, active(X2))
from(mark(X)) -> mark(from(X))
from(ok(X)) -> ok(from(X))
cons(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(cons(X1, X2))
cons(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(cons(X1, X2))
s(mark(X)) -> mark(s(X))
s(ok(X)) -> ok(s(X))
sel(mark(X1), X2) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(X1, mark(X2)) -> mark(sel(X1, X2))
sel(ok(X1), ok(X2)) -> ok(sel(X1, X2))
proper(from(X)) -> from(proper(X))
proper(cons(X1, X2)) -> cons(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(s(X)) -> s(proper(X))
proper(sel(X1, X2)) -> sel(proper(X1), proper(X2))
proper(0) -> ok(0)
top(mark(X)) -> top(proper(X))
top(ok(X)) -> top(active(X))

Termination of R could not be shown.
Duration:
0:37 minutes