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The Theorem Prover Museum -- Conserving the System Heritage of Automated Reasoning

by   Michael Kohlhase, et al.

We present the Theorem Prover Museum, and initiative to conserve -- and make publicly available -- the sources and source-related artefacts of automated reasoning systems. Theorem provers have been at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence, stretching the limits of computation, and incubating many innovations we take for granted today. Without the systems themselves as preserved cultural artefacts, future historians will have difficulties to study the history of science and engineering in our discipline.


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