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A Graph of All Mathematics

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Proofs in mathematics often depend on other proofs. It seems logical, therefore, that we could create a graph structure out of these proofs and their dependencies, and hopefully we could use it to store all mathematical statements (or at least all known mathematical statements) on computers, to create an easily explorable library of proof for use by mathematicians. We will consider whether this is possible, and we will consider some different approaches to creating graphs of mathematics, including approaches in use by computer proof assistants today.

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