MathScheme is a project to develop a new approach to mechanized mathematics in which computer algebra and computer theorem proving are merged without sacrificing power or soundness. The first goal of the project is to develop a formal framework that integrates and generalizes symbolic computation and formal deduction. The second project goal is to design and implement a mechanized mathematics system based on the formal framework. The long-range goal is to build, on top of the mechanized mathematics system, an interactive mathematics laboratory that provides an integrated set of tools for facilitating and managing mathematical reasoning.
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- Ballarin, Clemens: Locales: a module system for mathematical theories (2014)
- Khan-Afshar, Sanaz; Siddique, Umair; Mahmoud, Mohamed Yousri; Aravantinos, Vincent; Seddiki, Ons; Hasan, Osman; Tahar, Sofiène: Formal analysis of optical systems (2014)
- Carette, Jacques; Farmer, William M.; O’Connor, Russell: MathScheme: project description (2011)
- Davenport, James H. (ed.); Farmer, William M. (ed.); Urban, Josef (ed.); Rabe, Florian (ed.): Intelligent computer mathematics. 18th symposium, Calculemus 2011, and 10th international conference, MKM 2011, Bertinoro, Italy, July 18--23, 2011. Proceedings (2011)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.cas.mcmaster.ca/research/mathscheme/publications.html