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lambdacalculi with explicit substitutions and composition which preserve beta strong normalization (Extended Abstract)
, 1996
"... ) Maria C. F. Ferreira 1 and Delia Kesner 2 and Laurence Puel 2 1 Dep. de Inform'atica, Fac. de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Univ. Nova de Lisboa, Quinta da Torre, 2825 Monte de Caparica, Portugal, cf@fct.unl.pt. 2 CNRS & Lab. de Rech. en Informatique, Bat 490, Univ. de ParisSud, 91405 Orsay Cede ..."
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) Maria C. F. Ferreira 1 and Delia Kesner 2 and Laurence Puel 2 1 Dep. de Inform'atica, Fac. de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Univ. Nova de Lisboa, Quinta da Torre, 2825 Monte de Caparica, Portugal, cf@fct.unl.pt. 2 CNRS & Lab. de Rech. en Informatique, Bat 490, Univ. de ParisSud, 91405 Orsay Cedex, France, fkesner,puelg@lri.fr. Abstract. We study preservation of fistrong normalization by d and dn , two confluent calculi with explicit substitutions defined in [10]; the particularity of these calculi is that both have a composition operator for substitutions. We develop an abstract simulation technique allowing to reduce preservation of fistrong normalization of one calculus to that of another one, and apply said technique to reduce preservation of fistrong normalization of d and dn to that of f , another calculus having no composition operator. Then, preservation of fistrong normalization of f is shown using the same technique as in [2]. As a consequence, d and dn become the fir...
Confluence Properties of Extensional and NonExtensional lambdaCalculi with Explicit Substitutions (Extended Abstract)
 in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications
, 1996
"... ) Delia Kesner CNRS and LRI, B at 490, Universit e ParisSud  91405 Orsay Cedex, France. email:Delia.Kesner@lri.fr Abstract. This paper studies confluence properties of extensional and nonextensional #calculi with explicit substitutions, where extensionality is interpreted by #expansion. For ..."
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) Delia Kesner CNRS and LRI, B at 490, Universit e ParisSud  91405 Orsay Cedex, France. email:Delia.Kesner@lri.fr Abstract. This paper studies confluence properties of extensional and nonextensional #calculi with explicit substitutions, where extensionality is interpreted by #expansion. For that, we propose a general scheme for explicit substitutions which describes those abstract properties that are sufficient to guarantee confluence. Our general scheme makes it possible to treat at the same time many wellknown calculi such as ## , ## # and ## , or some other new calculi that we propose in this paper. We also show for those calculi not fitting in the general scheme that can be translated to another one fitting the scheme, such as #s , how to reason about confluence properties of their extensional and nonextensional versions. 1 Introduction The #calculus is a convenient framework to study functional programming, where the evaluation process is modeled by #reduction. The...
Strong Normalization of Explicit Substitutions via Cut Elimination in Proof Nets
, 1997
"... In this paper, we show the correspondence existing between normalization in calculi with explicit substitution and cut elimination in sequent calculus for Linear Logic, via Proof Nets. This correspondence allows us to prove that a typed version of the #xcalculus [30, 29] is strongly normalizing, as ..."
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In this paper, we show the correspondence existing between normalization in calculi with explicit substitution and cut elimination in sequent calculus for Linear Logic, via Proof Nets. This correspondence allows us to prove that a typed version of the #xcalculus [30, 29] is strongly normalizing, as well as of all the calculi isomorphic to it such as # # [24], # s [19], # d [21], and # f [11]. In order to achieve this result, we introduce a new notion of reduction in Proof Nets: this extended reduction is still confluent and strongly normalizing, and is of interest of its own, as it correspond to more identifications of proofs in Linear Logic that differ by inessential details. These results show that calculi with explicit substitutions are really an intermediate formalism between lambda calculus and proof nets, and suggest a completely new way to look at the problems still open in the field of explicit substitutions.
Confluence of Extensional and NonExtensional λcalculi with Explicit Substitutions
 Theoretical Computer Science
"... This paper studies confluence of extensional and nonextensional calculi with explicit substitutions, where extensionality is interpreted by jexpansion. For that, we propose a scheme for explicit substitutions which describes those abstract properties that are sufficient to guarantee confluence. O ..."
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This paper studies confluence of extensional and nonextensional calculi with explicit substitutions, where extensionality is interpreted by jexpansion. For that, we propose a scheme for explicit substitutions which describes those abstract properties that are sufficient to guarantee confluence. Our method makes it possible to treat at the same time many wellknown calculi such as oe , oe * , OE , s , AE , f , d and dn . Keywords: functional programming, calculi, explicit substitutions, confluence, extensionality. 1 Introduction The calculus is a convenient framework to study functional programming, where the evaluation process is modeled by fireduction. The main mechanism used to perform fireduction is substitution, which consists of the replacement of formal parameters by actual arguments. The correctness of substitution is guaranteed by a systematic renaming of bound variables, inconvenient which can be simply avoided in the calculus `a la de Bruijn by using natur...
Normalization for Typed Lambda Calculi with Explicit Substitution
 University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory, Technical Report
, 1994
"... This paper shows that the strong normalization property holds for a restricted class of reductions: those which push a substitution under a abstraction only if this is the outermost constructor. All standard implementations of the typed calculus, like those using a lazy or eager strategy, have th ..."
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This paper shows that the strong normalization property holds for a restricted class of reductions: those which push a substitution under a abstraction only if this is the outermost constructor. All standard implementations of the typed calculus, like those using a lazy or eager strategy, have this property, hence we can conclude that they terminate. Furthermore, this result means that an implementation of a typed 
Calculi of Generalised betaReduction and Explicit Substitutions: The TypeFree and Simply Typed Versions
, 1997
"... Extending the calculus with either explicit substitution or generalised reduction has been the subject of extensive research recently and still has many open problems. This paper is the first investigation into the properties of a calculus combining both generalised reduction and explicit substitut ..."
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Extending the calculus with either explicit substitution or generalised reduction has been the subject of extensive research recently and still has many open problems. This paper is the first investigation into the properties of a calculus combining both generalised reduction and explicit substitutions. We present a calculus, gs, that combines a calculus of explicit substitution, s, and a calculus with generalized reduction, g. We believe that gs is a useful extension of the calculus because it allows postponment of work in two different but complementary ways. Moreover, gs (and also s) satisfies desirable properties of calculi of explicit substitutions and generalised reductions. In particular, we show that gs preserves strong normalisation, is a conservative extension of g, and simulates fireduction of g and the classical calculus. Furthermore, we study the simply typed versions of s and gs and show that well typed terms are strongly normalising and that other properties such as...
Explicit Substitutions a la de Bruijn: the local . . .
 ELECTRONIC NOTES IN THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE 85 NO. 7 (2003)
, 2003
"... Kamareddine and Nederpelt [9], resp. Kamareddine and Ríos [11] gave two calculi of explicit of substitutions highly inuenced by de Bruijn's notation of the calculus. These calculi added to the explosive pool of work on explicit substitution in the past 15 years. As far as we know, calculi of explic ..."
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Kamareddine and Nederpelt [9], resp. Kamareddine and Ríos [11] gave two calculi of explicit of substitutions highly inuenced by de Bruijn's notation of the calculus. These calculi added to the explosive pool of work on explicit substitution in the past 15 years. As far as we know, calculi of explicit substitutions: a) are unable to handle local substitutions, and b) have answered (positively or negatively) the question of the termination of the underlying calculus of substitutions. The exception to a) is the calculus of [9] where substitution is handled both locally and globally. However, the calculus of [9] does not satisfy properties like conuence and termination. The exception to b) is the s e calculus [11] for which termination of the s e calculus, the underlying calculus of substitutions, remains unsolved. This paper has two aims: (i) To provide a calculus a la de Bruijn which deals with local substitution and whose underlying calculus of substitutions is terminating and conuent.