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Explaining mathematics using formalized mathematics

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Proof assistants are wonderful tools to check mathematics but, for most mathematician, their output is exactly one bit of information: true or false. In this talk I present ongoing joint work with Kyle Miller building a tool to extract explanations from formal proofs. In such formally-backed explanations, the reader gets to interactively choose the level of detail.

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This talk is part of the Formalisation of mathematics with interactive theorem provers series.

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