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A dependently-typed construction of semi-simplicial types

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 November 2014

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This paper presents a dependently-typed construction of semi-simplicial sets in a type theory where sets are taken to be types. This addresses an open question raised on the wiki of the special year on Univalent Foundations at the Institute of Advanced Study (2012–2013).

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