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Modelling High-Level Mathematical Reasoning in Mechanised Declarative Proofs

@article{Li2020ModellingHM,
  title={Modelling High-Level Mathematical Reasoning in Mechanised Declarative Proofs},
  author={Wenda Li and L. Yu and Yuhuai Wu and Lawrence C. Paulson},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.09265}
}
  • Wenda Li, L. Yu, +1 author Lawrence C. Paulson
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
  • Mathematical proofs can be mechanised using proof assistants to eliminate gaps and errors. However, mechanisation still requires intensive labour. To promote automation, it is essential to capture high-level human mathematical reasoning, which we address as the problem of generating suitable propositions. We build a non-synthetic dataset from the largest repository of mechanised proofs and propose a task on causal reasoning, where a model is required to fill in a missing intermediate… CONTINUE READING

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