## A Collection of TEXed Mizar Abstracts (1989)

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title = {A Collection of TEXed Mizar Abstracts},

year = {1989}

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The TeXbook
- Knuth
- 1984
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Citation Context ...ng by processing it automatically. Here is what we have obtained: Theorem FUNCT 1:159. f is 1-1 iff for y ex x st f\Gamma 1fyg ` fxg. The printouts included in this report have been obtained using TEX=-=[4]-=- and LATEX[5]. However, we wanted that neither the author of the Mizar text nor the reader of the text 1s2 CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION ever sees the TEX input. The TEX input generated automatically in our... |

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et al . Implementing Mathematics with the Nuprl
- Constable
- 1986
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Citation Context ... back not only to Pascal and Leibnitz, but to Ramon Llull. In recent years, several projects have aimed at providing computer assistance for doing mathematics. Among the better known there are: Nuprl =-=[1]-=-, THEAX [7], AUTOMATH [2], EKL [3], QUIP [12]. The specific goals of these projects vary, however, they have one common feature: the human writes mathematical texts and the machine verifies their corr... |

56 |
de Bruijn. A survey of the project Automath
- G
- 1980
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Citation Context ...and Leibnitz, but to Ramon Llull. In recent years, several projects have aimed at providing computer assistance for doing mathematics. Among the better known there are: Nuprl [1], THEAX [7], AUTOMATH =-=[2]-=-, EKL [3], QUIP [12]. The specific goals of these projects vary, however, they have one common feature: the human writes mathematical texts and the machine verifies their correctness. The input to any... |

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H.: Computer assisted reasoning with Mizar
- Trybulec, Blair
- 1985
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Citation Context ...oofs. The Mizar MSE language encompasses many sorted predicate calculus with equality. However, the language does not support functional notation. There are numerous implementations of Mizar MSE, see =-=[15, 14, 6, 10, 9, 8]-=- In 1986 Mizar 4 was implemented as a redesign of Mizar 2 and distributed to several dozen users. Each Mizar 4 article included the preliminaries part where the author could state some axioms that wer... |

8 |
Computer aided reasoning
- Trybulec, Blair
- 1985
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Citation Context ...oofs. The Mizar MSE language encompasses many sorted predicate calculus with equality. However, the language does not support functional notation. There are numerous implementations of Mizar MSE, see =-=[15, 14, 6, 10, 9, 8]-=- In 1986 Mizar 4 was implemented as a redesign of Mizar 2 and distributed to several dozen users. Each Mizar 4 article included the preliminaries part where the author could state some axioms that wer... |

7 |
EKL - A Mathematically Oriented Proof Checker
- Ketonen
- 1984
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Citation Context ...itz, but to Ramon Llull. In recent years, several projects have aimed at providing computer assistance for doing mathematics. Among the better known there are: Nuprl [1], THEAX [7], AUTOMATH [2], EKL =-=[3]-=-, QUIP [12]. The specific goals of these projects vary, however, they have one common feature: the human writes mathematical texts and the machine verifies their correctness. The input to any of such ... |

1 |
A language for description of mathematics--THEAX
- Nakamura
- 1985
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Citation Context ...nly to Pascal and Leibnitz, but to Ramon Llull. In recent years, several projects have aimed at providing computer assistance for doing mathematics. Among the better known there are: Nuprl [1], THEAX =-=[7]-=-, AUTOMATH [2], EKL [3], QUIP [12]. The specific goals of these projects vary, however, they have one common feature: the human writes mathematical texts and the machine verifies their correctness. Th... |

1 |
The reasoner of MIZAR/LOG. Computerized Logic Teaching Bulletin
- Soto
- 1989
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Citation Context ...oofs. The Mizar MSE language encompasses many sorted predicate calculus with equality. However, the language does not support functional notation. There are numerous implementations of Mizar MSE, see =-=[15, 14, 6, 10, 9, 8]-=- In 1986 Mizar 4 was implemented as a redesign of Mizar 2 and distributed to several dozen users. Each Mizar 4 article included the preliminaries part where the author could state some axioms that wer... |

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et al. Mizar-MSE primer and user guide
- zmowski, Rudnicki
- 1988
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Obvious inferences. Journal of Automated Reasoning
- Rudnicki
- 1987
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et al. Computer-assisted axiomatic mathematics: Informal rigor
- Smith
- 1975
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Citation Context ...o Ramon Llull. In recent years, several projects have aimed at providing computer assistance for doing mathematics. Among the better known there are: Nuprl [1], THEAX [7], AUTOMATH [2], EKL [3], QUIP =-=[12]-=-. The specific goals of these projects vary, however, they have one common feature: the human writes mathematical texts and the machine verifies their correctness. The input to any of such systems is ... |