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A Verified ODE Solver and Smale's 14th Problem

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BPR - Big proof

Smale's 14th Problem is a conjecture about chaos in a particular dynamical system, the Lorenz attractor. The problem was solved by Warwick Tucker with a combination of regular analysis and a computer-assisted part. The computer-assisted part yields numerical bounds on solutions of the Lorenz ODE , which are required to certify chaos. In this talk, I will present the current library of ODEs and verified numerical methods in Isabelle/HOL, and how I use it for a formal verification of the computer-assisted part of Tucker's proof.



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