05285nmm a2200457 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100002900139245027300168250001700441260006300458300003300521505095600554505099701510505007502507653005402582653002402636653003502660653001602695653002502711653004002736653002802776653001202804653002802816653003602844653001202880653002402892700003002916700002802946700003602974710003403010041001903044989003603063490004503099856007203144082000803216520160303224EB000378914EBX0100000000000000023196600000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||130626 ||| eng a97835407308661 aKauers, Manuele[editor]00aTowards Mechanized Mathematical AssistantshElektronische Ressourceb14th Symposium, Calculemus 2007, 6th International Conference, MKM 2007, Hagenberg, Austria, June 27-30, 2007, Proceedingscedited by Manuel Kauers, Manfred Kerber, Robert Miner, Wolfgang Windsteiger a1st ed. 2007 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc2007, 2007 aXIII, 410 pbonline resource0 aSupporting User-Defined Notations When Integrating Scientific Text-Editors with Proof Assistance Systems -- Mizar Course in Logic and Set Theory -- Using Formal Concept Analysis in Mathematical Discovery -- Cooperative Repositories for Formal Proofs -- Revisions as an Essential Tool to Maintain Mathematical Repositories -- The Layers of Logiweb -- Formal Representation of Mathematics in a Dependently Typed Set Theory -- Restoring Natural Language as a Computerised Mathematics Input Method -- Narrative Structure of Mathematical Texts -- Reexamining the MKM Value Proposition: From Math Web Search to Math Web ReSearch -- Alternative Aggregates in Mizar -- An Approach to Mathematical Search Through Query Formulation and Data Normalization -- Extended Formula Normalization for ?-Retrieval and Sharing of Mathematical Knowledge -- Towards Mathematical Knowledge Management for Electrical Engineering -- Spurious Disambiguation Error Detection -- 0 aContributions to Calculemus 2007 -- Executing in Common Lisp, Proving in ACL2 -- A Rational Reconstruction of a System for Experimental Mathematics -- Context Aware Calculation and Deduction -- Towards Constructive Homological Algebra in Type Theory -- What Might “Understand a Function” Mean? -- Biform Theories in Chiron -- Automatic Synthesis of Decision Procedures: A Case Study of Ground and Linear Arithmetic -- Certified Computer Algebra on Top of an Interactive Theorem Prover -- Quantifier Elimination for Approximate Factorization of Linear Partial Differential Operators -- Rule-Based Simplification in Vector-Product Spaces -- Contributions to MKM 2007 -- Mathematics and Scientific Markup -- The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences -- First Steps on Using OpenMath to Add Proving Capabilities to Standard Dynamic Geometry Systems -- Higher order Proof Reconstruction from Paramodulation-Based Refutations: The Unit Equality Case -- A Framework for Interactive Proof -- 0 aMethods of Relevance Ranking and Hit-content Generation in Math Search aInformation Systems Applications (incl. Internet) aDatabase Management aComputer communication systems aData mining aApplication software aData Mining and Knowledge Discovery aArtificial Intelligence aAlgebra aArtificial intelligence aComputer Communication Networks aAlgebra aDatabase management1 aKerber, Manfrede[editor]1 aMiner, Roberte[editor]1 aWindsteiger, Wolfgange[editor]2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSpringeraSpringer eBooks 2005-0 aLecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-73086-6?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a512 aThis volume contains the collected contributions of two conferences, Calcu- mus2007andMKM2007.Calculemus2007wasthe14thinaseriesofconferences dedicated to the integration of computer algebra systems (CAS) and automated deduction systems (ADS). MKM 2007 was the sixth International Conference on Mathematical Knowledge Management, an emerging interdisciplinary ?eld of research in the intersection of mathematics, computer science, library s- ence, and scienti?c publishing. Both conferences aimed to provide mechanized mathematical assistants. Although the two conferences have separate communities and separate foci, there is a signi?cant overlap in the interests in building mechanized mathem- ical assistants. For this reason it was decided to collocate the two events in 2007 for the ?rst time, at RISC in Hagenberg, Austria. The number and quality of the submissions show that this was a good decision. While the proceedings are shared, the submission process was separate. The responsibility for acc- tance/rejection rests completely with the two separate Program Committees. By this collocation we made a contribution against the fragmentation of communities which work on di?erent aspects of di?erent independent branches, traditional branches (e.g., computer algebra and theorem proving), as well as newly emerging ones (on user interfaces, knowledge management, theory exp- ration, etc.). This will also facilitate the development of integrated mechanized mathematical assistants that will be routinely used by mathematicians, c- puter scientists, and engineers in their every-day business