Nov. 15, 2023, 3:42 a.m. | Aneesh Tickoo


Mathematical content described in a formal language that is computer-checkable mechanically is referred to as standard mathematics. Mathematicians use formal languages, which are incorporated with tools for proofreading, such as HOL Light, Isabelle, Coq, and Lean. Converting natural language sources into verifiable formalizations is known as autoformalization. Verifying current mathematical conclusions may be made less […]

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