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An Evaluation of the Archive of Formal Proofs

  title={An Evaluation of the Archive of Formal Proofs},
  author={Carlin MacKenzie and Jacques D. Fleuriot and James E Vaughan},
The Archive of Formal Proofs (AFP) is an online repository of formal proofs for the Isabelle proof assistant. It first appeared on the internet in 2004, hosted as a static site on SourceForge, to serve as a central location for publishing, discovering, and viewing libraries of proofs. It subsequently took residence on its own domain, however the visuals and functionality of the site have not been significantly updated since. We conducted an online survey of the AFP in November 2020 to assess… 

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