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plangeo1
http://www.openmath.org/cd
http://www.win.tue.nl/~amc/oz/om/cds/plangeo1.ocd
2006-06-01
experimental
2004-06-01
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Author: Arjeh Cohen
This CD defines symbols for planar Euclidean geometry.
point
The symbol is used to indicate a point of planar Euclidean geometry
by a variable. The point may (but need not) be subject to constraints.
The symbol takes the variable as the first argument and the constraints
as further arguments.
Given two lines l and m, a point A on l and m is defined by:
line
The symbol is used to indicate a line of planar Euclidean geometry
by a variable. The line may (but need not) be subject to constraints.
The symbol takes the variable as the first argument and the constraints
as further arguments.
Given points A and B, a line l through A and B
is defined by:
incident
The symbol represents the logical incidence function which is a
binary function taking arguments representing
geometric objects like points and lines and returning a boolean value.
It is true if and only if the first argument is incident to the second.
That a point A is incident to a line l
is given by:
configuration
The symbol represents a configuration in Euclidean
planar geometry consisting of a sequence of geometric objects like points,
lines, etc, but also of other configurations.
The configuration of a point A and a line l incident to A
is defined by:
The prevous configuration of a point A and a line l incident
with A can be extended by adding a second point B incident with l:
We describe a triangle on the distinct points A, B, C and lines a, b, c:
type
The symbol represents the type of the basic geometric objects: points,
lines, configuration.
If A and B are objects of the same type, then they are not incident.
assertion
The symbol is a constructor with two arguments.
Its first argument should be a
configuration, its second argument a statement about the
configuration, called thesis.
When applied to a configuration C and a thesis T, the OpenMath object assertion(C,T)
expresses the assertion that T holds in C.
The assertion that two distinct lines meet in only one point
can be expressed as follows using the assertion symbol.
are_on_line
The statement that a set of points is collinear.
This example states that A, B, C, and D are collinear.