GRAMY: A Geometry Theorem Prover Capable of Construction

@article{Matsuda2004GRAMYAG,
  title={GRAMY: A Geometry Theorem Prover Capable of Construction},
  author={Noboru Matsuda and Kurt VanLehn},
  journal={Journal of Automated Reasoning},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={3-33}
}
This study investigates a procedure for proving arithmetic-free Euclidean geometry theorems that involve construction. “Construction” means drawing additional geometric elements in the problem figure. Some geometry theorems require construction as a part of the proof. The basic idea of our construction procedure is to add only elements required for applying a postulate that has a consequence that unifies with a goal to be proven. In other words, construction is made only if it supports backward… CONTINUE READING