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In this paper, we report on the formalization of a synthetic proof of Pappus’ theorem. We provide two versions of the theorem: the first one is proved in neutral geometry (without assuming the parallel postulate), the second (usual) version is proved in Euclidean geometry. The proof that we...
Orthogonality is a discipline of programming which syntactically guarantees determinism of functional specifications. Essentially, orthogonality avoids critical forks in term rewriting systems (TRSs) twofold: avoiding overlappings between left-hand sides of the rules (non-ambiguity) prohibiting...
This paper describes a program that solves elementary mathematical problems, mostly in metric space theory, and presents solutions that are hard to distinguish from solutions that might be written by human mathematicians.
We present a rule-based Huet’s style anti-unification algorithm for simply typed lambda-terms, which computes a least general higher-order pattern generalization. For a pair of arbitrary terms of the same type, such a generalization always exists and is unique modulo
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