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Review

2016

Review

2016

Proposed in 1994, the ``QED project'' was one of the seminally influential initiatives in automated reasoning: It envisioned the…

2013

2013

In the recent years, we have linked a large corpus of formal mathematics with automated theorem proving (ATP) tools, and started…

2012

2012

The classification of possible errors in object intents is given and some possibilities of exploring them are discussed. An…

Review

2007

Review

2007

We present an overview of the current state of formalization of mathematics, and argue what will be needed to make the vision…

2007

2007

Traditionally, computer simulation techniques are used to perform probabilistic analysis. However, they provide inaccurate…

Highly Cited

2004

Highly Cited

2004

Four statements equivalent to well-foundedness (well-founded induction, existence of recursively defined functions, uniqueness of…

2003

2003

MIZAR, a proof-checking system, is used to build the MIZAR Mathematical Library (MML). This is a long term project aiming at…

2002

2002

The reflection theorem has been proved using Isabelle/ZF. This theorem cannot be expressed in ZF, and its proof requires…

1999

1999

Four statements equivalent to well-foundedness (well-founded induction, existence of recursively deened functions, uniqueness of…

1998

1998

The importance of a rigorous definition of the singular degree of a distribution is demonstrated on the case of two-dimensional…