Coherence and transitivity in coercive subtyping

@inproceedings{Luo2001CoherenceAT,
  title={Coherence and transitivity in coercive subtyping},
  author={Yong Luo},
  booktitle={LPAR},
  year={2001}
}
The aim of this thesis is to study coherence and transitivity in coercive subtyping. Among other things, coherence and transitivity are key aspects for a coercive subtyping system to be consistent and for it to be implemented in a correct way. The thesis consists of three major parts. First, I prove that, for the subtyping rules of some parameterised inductive data types, coherence holds and the normal transitivity rule is admissible. Second, the notion of weak transitivity is introduced. The… CONTINUE READING
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