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Across computer science, physics and mathematics, diagrammatic techniques—-in which formal proofs are represented as a sequence of images, rather than strings of symbols—-are becoming increasingly popular. This raises a number of problems: how can we encode these diagrams combinatorially, and use computers to generate and manipulate them, as well as verify the proof we construct? I will present web-based a new proof assistant, GLOBULAR , that aims to make diagrammatic techniques easy to use. This talk will be given at an accessible level, and will include a demonstration—-bring your laptop and follow along!

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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