Automated mathematics: integrating proofs, algorithms and data (Dagstuhl Seminar 23401)
This report documents the program and the outcomes of Dagstuhl Seminar 23401 "Automated mathematics: integrating proofs, algorithms and data". The seminar brought together system developers, library authors, and users from key branches of computer-supported mathematics: formalized mathematics, symbolic computation, and mathematical databases. We addressed issues that were common to all areas of computer-supported mathematics: library management, dependencies and interoperability between software components, quality and correctness assurances, searching for information, and usability by end users. Early on in the week, we formed working groups that worked on specific tasks, as described in this report. Each day was divided into a morning talk session and an afternoon period devoted to working in groups. To keep everyone well-informed, we gathered each day before dinner for an informal "show & tell" session.
mathematical knowledge management
mathematical software
formalized mathematics
computer algebra
databases of mathematical structures
Mathematics of computing~Mathematical software
Computing methodologies~Computer algebra systems
Computing methodologies~Symbolic and algebraic algorithms
Computing methodologies~Representation of mathematical objects
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Andrej
Bauer
Andrej Bauer
University of Ljubljana, SI & , Institute for Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics, Ljubljana, SI
Katja
Berčič
Katja Berčič
University of Ljubljana, SI & , Institute for Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics, Ljubljana, SI
Florian
Rabe
Florian Rabe
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, DE
Nicolas
Thiéry
Nicolas Thiéry
University Paris-Saclay - Orsay, FR
Jure
Taslak
Jure Taslak
University of Ljubljana, SI
10.4230/DagRep.13.10.1
Andrej Bauer, Katja Berčič, Florian Rabe, Nicolas Thiéry, and Jure Taslak
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