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GeoLogic -- Graphical interactive theorem prover for Euclidean geometry

@inproceedings{Olvsak2020GeoLogicG,
  title={GeoLogic -- Graphical interactive theorem prover for Euclidean geometry},
  author={Miroslav Olvs'ak},
  year={2020}
}
Domain of mathematical logic in computers is dominated by automated theorem provers (ATP) and interactive theorem provers (ITP). Both of these are hard to access by AI from the human-imitation approach: ATPs often use human-unfriendly logical foundations while ITPs are meant for formalizing existing proofs rather than problem solving. We aim to create a simple human-friendly logical system for mathematical problem solving. We picked the case study of Euclidean geometry as it can be easily… Expand
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