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Pattern matching with dependent types
 In Proceedings of the Workshop on Types for Proofs and Programs
, 1992
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Inductive Sets and Families in MartinLöf's Type Theory and Their SetTheoretic Semantics
 Logical Frameworks
, 1991
"... MartinLof's type theory is presented in several steps. The kernel is a dependently typed calculus. Then there are schemata for inductive sets and families of sets and for primitive recursive functions and families of functions. Finally, there are set formers (generic polymorphism) and univer ..."
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MartinLof's type theory is presented in several steps. The kernel is a dependently typed calculus. Then there are schemata for inductive sets and families of sets and for primitive recursive functions and families of functions. Finally, there are set formers (generic polymorphism) and universes. At each step syntax, inference rules, and settheoretic semantics are given. 1 Introduction Usually MartinLof's type theory is presented as a closed system with rules for a finite collection of set formers. But it is also often pointed out that the system is in principle open to extension: we may introduce new sets when there is a need for them. The principle is that a set is by definition inductively generated  it is defined by its introduction rules, which are rules for generating its elements. The elimination rule is determined by the introduction rules and expresses definition by primitive recursion on the way the elements of the set are generated. (In this paper I shall use the term ...
Inductively Defined Types in the Calculus of Constructions
 IN: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH CONFERENCE ON THE MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PROGRAMMING SEMANTICS. SPRINGER VERLAG LNCS
, 1989
"... We define the notion of an inductively defined type in the Calculus of Constructions and show how inductively defined types can be represented by closed types. We show that all primitive recursive functionals over these inductively defined types are also representable. This generalizes work by Böhm ..."
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We define the notion of an inductively defined type in the Calculus of Constructions and show how inductively defined types can be represented by closed types. We show that all primitive recursive functionals over these inductively defined types are also representable. This generalizes work by Böhm & Berarducci on synthesis of functions on term algebras in the secondorder polymorphiccalculus (F2). We give several applications of this generalization, including a representation of F2programs in F3, along with a definition of functions reify, reflect, and eval for F2 in F3. We also show how to define induction over inductively defined types and sketch some results that show that the extension of the Calculus of Construction by induction principles does not alter the set of functions in its computational fragment, F!. This is because a proof by induction can be realized by primitive recursion, which is already de nable in F!.
A MachineAssisted Proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
, 1992
"... This paper describes a formal proof of the fundamental theorem of arithmetic. The theorem was formalized in MartinLöf's monomorphic set theory and the proof was checked by the ALF system. ..."
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This paper describes a formal proof of the fundamental theorem of arithmetic. The theorem was formalized in MartinLöf's monomorphic set theory and the proof was checked by the ALF system.
Recursive Models of General Inductive Types
 Fundam. Inf
, 1993
"... We give an interpretation of MartinLof's type theory (with universes) extended with generalized inductive types. The model is an extension of the recursive model given by Beeson. By restricting our attention to PER model, we show that the strictness of positivity condition in the definition of ..."
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We give an interpretation of MartinLof's type theory (with universes) extended with generalized inductive types. The model is an extension of the recursive model given by Beeson. By restricting our attention to PER model, we show that the strictness of positivity condition in the definition of generalized inductive types can be dropped. It therefore gives an interpretation of general inductive types in MartinLof's type theory. Copyright c fl1993. All rights reserved. Reproduction of all or part of this work is permitted for educational or research purposes on condition that (1) this copyright notice is included, (2) proper attribution to the author or authors is made and (3) no commercial gain is involved. Technical Reports issued by the Department of Computer Science, Manchester University, are available by anonymous ftp from m1.cs.man.ac.uk (130.88.13.4) in the directory /pub/TR. The files are stored as PostScript, in compressed form, with the report number as filename. Alternative...
Understanding Inductive Types in Constructions
, 1993
"... In this paper we extend the Calculus of Constructions with generalized inductive types. The extension is justified by showing that the usual set theoretical model can be effectivized. It is also pointed out that the model given in a published paper for a collection of inductive types in a different ..."
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In this paper we extend the Calculus of Constructions with generalized inductive types. The extension is justified by showing that the usual set theoretical model can be effectivized. It is also pointed out that the model given in a published paper for a collection of inductive types in a different style is wrong.