Principal Type-Schemes and Condensed Detachment

@article{Hindley1990PrincipalTA,
  title={Principal Type-Schemes and Condensed Detachment},
  author={J. Roger Hindley and David Meredith},
  journal={J. Symb. Log.},
  year={1990},
  volume={55},
  pages={90-105}
}
and introduction. The condensed detachment rule, or rule D, was first proposed by Carew Meredith in the 1950's for propositional logic based on implication. It is a combination of modus ponens with a "minimal" amount of substitution. We shall give a precise detailed statement of rule D. (Some attempts in the published literature to do this have been inaccurate.) The D-completeness question for a given set of logical axioms is whether every formula deducible from the axioms by modus ponens and… CONTINUE READING
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