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Heterogeneous Proofs: Spider Diagrams meet Higher-Order Provers
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I will talk about my project of building an interactive heterogeneous theorem prover, which performs formal reasoning by arbitrarily mixing diagrammatic and sentential formulae/proof steps.
I use external tool integration with Isabelle to enable reasoning with spider diagrams. To achieve this, I also mechanised the theory of abstract spider diagrams—thus providing a formal link between diagrammatic concepts and the existing theories in Isabelle.
The ultimate goal, however, is to enable formal heterogeneous reasoning with other domain specific diagrammatic languages.
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Automated Reasoning Group Lunches series.
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