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Introducing Type Properties

@article{Akhmedkhodjaev2021IntroducingTP,
  title={Introducing Type Properties},
  author={Aziz Akhmedkhodjaev},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.08470}
}
In type theory, we can express many practical ideas by attributing some additional data to expressions we operate on during compilation. For instance, some substructural type theories augment variables’ typing judgments with the information of their usage. That is, they allow one to explicitly state how many times — 0, 1, or many — a variable can be used. This solves the problem of resource usage control and allows us to treat variables as resources. What’s more, it often happens that this… Expand

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