Problem Solving in Interactive Proof: A Knowledge-Modelling Approach

@inproceedings{Aitken1996ProblemSI,
  title={Problem Solving in Interactive Proof: A Knowledge-Modelling Approach},
  author={J. Stuart Aitken},
  booktitle={ECAI},
  year={1996}
}
This paper presents a model of proof discovery derived from the proof attempts of subjects who carried out interactive proofs using the HOL or Isabelle provers. Techniques of knowledge modelling, from knowledge-basedsystem development, are used to derive a semi-formal model of the knowledge utilised by the subjects. The proposed model makes claims about the relation between the problem class, the proof plan and its implementation. 

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