An Investigation of Kripke-style Modal Type Theories

06/15/2022
by   Jason Z. S. Hu, et al.
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This technical report investigates Kripke-style modal type theories, both simply typed and dependently typed. We examine basic meta-theories of the type theories, develop their substitution calculi, and give normalization by evaluation algorithms.

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