Visualising Reasoning: What ATP Can Learn From CP
Tools for graphical representation of problems in automated deduction or of proof searches are rare and mostly primitive. By contrast, there is a more substantial history of work in the constraint programming community on information visualisation techniques for helping programmers and end users to understand problems, searches and solutions. Here we consider the extent to which concepts and tools from a constraint programming platform can be adapted for use with automatic theorem provers.
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