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Tag Archives: Proofs
MachineChecked Proof
“In my view, the choice between the conventional process by a human referee and computer verification is as evident as the choice between a sundial and an atomic clock in science.” – Tom Hales (from [4]) “The rapid advance of … Continue reading
Proofs from The Book
I recently came across an article on Stack Exchange that asks readers what proofs they think other mathematicians should know and why. There are 23 answers on the post (it is a closed question now unfortunately) with many different proof suggestions. This reminded me of … Continue reading
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