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We describe the Prover's Palette, a general, modular architecture for combining tools for formal verification, with the key differentiator that the integration emphasises the role of the user. A concrete implementation combining the theorem prover Isabelle with the computer algebra systems Maple and QEPCAD-B is then presented. This illustrates that the design principles of the Prover's Palette simplify tool integrations while enhancing the power and usability of theorem provers.doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2012.06.010 fatcat:dtl2dsfsqfcgxfpzbsc5v3j6qi