[DL] Call for Participation - Workshop on Large Mathematical Libraries (LML 2019)

Dennis Müller dennis.mueller at fau.de
Wed May 29 13:45:51 CEST 2019

              Call for Participation
         Workshop on Large Mathematics Libraries (LML 2019)

      12th Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                             - CICM 2019 -
                            July 8-12, 2019
                     CIIRC, Prague, Czech Republic


Large formal and semiformal mathematics libraries are needed to
support mathematics research, mathematics education, rigorous software
development, and formal proof development.  This workshop will explore
methods for designing, constructing, and maintaining large mathematics
libraries as well as for finding, comparing, and applying the
knowledge residing in these libraries.

Key topics of interest will include:

    o Methods for sharing knowledge between libraries.

    o Modular techniques for organizing the knowledge within libraries.

    o The translation of libraries to different languages and logics.

    o The construction of new libraries by integrating existing

    o Tools for exploring the contents of large libraries.

    o Observations about past results.

The workshop will consist of two invited presentations and several
contributed presentations and system demonstrations.  We welcome
presentation and demonstration proposals in the form of extended 1-4
page abstracts formatted in LaTeX.  Abstracts should be sent via email
to wmfarmer at mcmaster.ca and dennis.mueller at fau.de.  Abstracts of
selected presentations and demonstrations will be published online.

More details about LML 2019 are available at


Important Dates

    o Abstract submission: June 24, 2019

    o Notification:        July 01, 2019

    o Workshop:            July 10, 2019


Registration to CICM 2019 and the workshops is open at the CICM
website or directly at


Dennis M. Müller

"To do mathematics is to be, at once, touched by fire and bound by reason. This is no contradiction. Logic forms a narrow channel through which intuition flows with vastly augmented force"
  - Jordan Ellenberg (How Not to Be Wrong)

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