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Learned Provability Likelihood for Tactical Search

09/07/2021
by   Thibault Gauthier, et al.
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We present a method to estimate the provability of a mathematical formula. We adapt the tactical theorem prover TacticToe to factor in these estimations. Experiments over the HOL4 library show an increase in the number of theorems re-proven by TacticToe thanks to this additional guidance. This amelioration in performance together with concurrent updates to the TacticToe framework lead to an improved user experience.

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