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An interpretation of Martin-Löf's type theory in a type-free theory of propositions

  • Jan Smith (a1)

We present a formal theory of propositions and combinator terms, and in this theory we give an interpretation of Martin-Löf's type theory. The construction of the interpretation is inspired by the semantics for type theory, but it can also be viewed as a formalized realizability interpretation.

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