Dependency Graphs for Interactive Theorem Provers

  title={Dependency Graphs for Interactive Theorem Provers},
  author={Yves Bertot and Olivier Pons},
We propose tools to visualize large proof developments as graphs of theorems and deenitions where edges denote the dependency between two theorems. In particular, we study means to limit the size of graphs. Experiments have been done with the Coq theorem prover DFH + 93] and the GraphViz EGKN] and daVinci FW98] graph visualization suites. 


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