By Jacques Fleuriot PhD, MEng (auth.)
Sir Isaac Newton's philosophi Naturalis Principia Mathematica'(the Principia) includes a prose-style mix of geometric and restrict reasoning that has usually been considered as logically vague.
In A mixture of Geometry Theorem Proving and NonstandardAnalysis, Jacques Fleuriot offers a formalization of Lemmas and Propositions from the Principia utilizing a mix of tools from geometry and nonstandard research. The mechanization of the methods, which respects a lot of Newton's unique reasoning, is constructed in the theorem prover Isabelle. the applying of this framework to the mechanization of effortless actual research utilizing nonstandard ideas is additionally discussed.
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We would rather have a development of infinitesimals that is guaranteed to be sound - especially with regards to the stormy history of infinitesimals. 3 Internal Set Theory There is, in the literature, an axiomatic version of NSA introduced by Nelson and based on ZF set theory with the Axiom of Choice (ZFC). Nelson's approach is known as Internal Set Theory (1ST) and adds three additional axioms to those of ZFC. We have not developed Nelson's theory, even though ZF is one of the object-logics of Isabelle, because there are aspects of the additional axioms that seem hard to formalize in Isabelle.
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