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Elimination with a MotiveConor McBrideDepartment of Computer ScienceUniversity of DurhamAbstract

@inproceedings{McBride2002EliminationWA,
  title={Elimination with a MotiveConor McBrideDepartment of Computer ScienceUniversity of DurhamAbstract},
  author={Conor McBride},
  year={2002}
}
I present a tactic, BasicElim, for Type Theory based proof systems to apply elimination rules in a reenement setting. Applicable rules are parametric in their conclusion, expressing the leverage hypotheses ~ x yield on any ~ x we choose. represents the motive for an elimination: BasicElim's job is to construct a suited to the goal at hand. If these ~ x inhabit an instance of 's domain, I adopt a technique standard in`folklore', generalizing the ~ x and expressing the restriction by equation. A… Expand

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