On Learning to Prove

24 Apr 2019Daniel Huang

In this paper, we consider the problem of learning a first-order theorem prover that uses a representation of beliefs in mathematical claims to construct proofs. The inspiration for doing so comes from the practices of human mathematicians where "plausible reasoning" is applied in addition to deductive reasoning to find proofs... (read more)

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