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Topic for #isabelle is now Official channel for the Isabelle/HOL theorem prover: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/research/hvg/Isabelle/index.html  Now with logging: http://irclog.perlgeek.de/isabelle/ 
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inte 
pruvisto: fwiw, the link to the Totient theory worked for me (and I'm not logged into bitbucket atm). 
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pruvisto 
inte: yes I changed the visibility by now 
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pruvisto 
it was set to "private" at first for some reason 
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pruvisto 
I switched it to "public" then but it still didn't work 
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inte 
ah. 
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pruvisto 
but after an hour or so, it finally worked 
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pruvisto 
apparently there's a bit of a delay there 
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inte 
gotta love caching 
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chindy 
i should probably have paid more attention in linear algebra, but does this lemma hold? lemma "(P::real^2) > 0 Ã¢Å¸Â¹ P Ã¢Ëâ¢ A > P Ã¢Ëâ¢ B Ã¢Å¸Â¹ A > B" 
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inte 
well, what if all entries in P are equal 
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inte 
actually, hmm 
22:07 
chindy 
what then ? 
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inte 
what's Ã¢Ëâ¢ here? 
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chindy 
dot product 
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inte 
okay then. let's pick P = (1,1), A = (2,0), B = (0,1) 
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chindy 
ah... im an idiot 
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chindy 
:P 
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inte 
let me guess, > is not a total order :) 
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chindy 
yea 
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chindy 
inte: what about Ã¢ËÆi . A$i > B$i instead of A > B ? 
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inte 
well, that's the negation of !i. A$i <= B$i, and A <= B and P > 0 implies P \cdot A <= P \cdot B... so that should work fine. 