One of the articles linked to by http://www.aleph.se/Trans mentioned this..
I read it just today.. Mentioned that computers first solved mathematical
proofs in the 1970s?
Shouldn't be too hard to find. Just follow links from the computing page
and find text for "proof".
At 06:33 PM 7/21/00 -0400, you wrote:
>In a discussion in another forum, the question of whether computers have
>"found" valid mathematical proofs has come up. Being mathematically stunted,
>I thought I'd do a hand-off of the question to this forum, since someone able
>to comment intelligently on the question probably inhabits this forum. Any
>leads or help?
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