A Brief Introduction to Constructive Type Theory

@inproceedings{Rahman2018ABI,
  title={A Brief Introduction to Constructive Type Theory},
  author={Shahid Rahman and Zo{\'e} McConaughey and A. Klev and Nicolas Clerbout},
  year={2018}
}
Martin-Lof’s Constructive Type Theory (CTT) is a formal language developed in order to reason constructively about mathematics. It is thus a formal language conceived primarily as a tool to reason with rather than a formal language conceived primarily as a mathematical system to reason about. Constructive Type Theory is therefore much closer in spirit to Frege’s ideography and to the language of Russell and Whitehead’s Principia Mathematica than to the majority of logical systems (“logics… Expand
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