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Connecting Gröbner Bases Programs with Coq to do Proofs in Algebra, Geometry and Arithmetics

  title={Connecting Gr{\"o}bner Bases Programs with Coq to do Proofs in Algebra, Geometry and Arithmetics},
  author={Lo{\"i}c Pottier},
  • L. Pottier
  • Published 1 November 2008
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
We describe how we connected three programs that compute Groebner bases to Coq, to do automated proofs on algebraic, geometrical and arithmetical expressions. The result is a set of Coq tactics and a certificate mechanism (downloadable at this http URL). The programs are: F4, GB \, and gbcoq. F4 and GB are the fastest (up to our knowledge) available programs that compute Groebner bases. Gbcoq is slow in general but is proved to be correct (in Coq), and we adapted it to our specific problem to… 

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