> Am 18.01.2018 um 08:32 schrieb Tobias Nipkow <nip...@in.tum.de>: > > 1. Library/Complement contains both new generic material like "t3_space" but > also new concepts like [mono_intros] for more automation in proving of > inequalities. In short, there is a wealth of material that might be suitable > for inclusion in HOL-Analysis. > I have already made a start by moving a few [simp] rules but that is it from > me because I am not familiar enough with the Analysis material. Most of this looks like it could go to HOL-Analysis.
> 2. Hausdorff_Dinstance, Metric_Completion and Isometries stronly smell of > generic concepts that should go somewhere else. > We need a discussion on whether any of the theories deserve a separate AFP > entry. In my opinion, Hausdorff_Distance and Metric_Completion are general enough to put them to HOL-Analysis. (They are also relatively short, so I am not sure if it is worth to create separate AFP entries.) The theory Isometries contains Lipschitz maps, isometries, geodesic spaces, and quasi-isometries. The very same definition of Lipschitz maps is also in AFP/Ordinary_Differential_Equations, so I take this as a strong indication to move Lipschitz maps to HOL-Analysis. Isometries also seem like a generically useful concept and could go to HOL-Analysis. My impression is that geodesic spaces and quasi-isometries are more specialised concepts (but that might also be just because I have never come across them up to now...). I have no real opinion on what to do with them. We do not have a precise specification of what HOL-Analysis is or should be. I think that makes it very hard to draw a line between material that should go to HOL-Analysis and what should remain in the AFP. So take this as just my personal view. Fabian
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