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Proofs and types

@inproceedings{Girard1989ProofsAT,
  title={Proofs and types},
  author={Jean-Yves Girard and Paul Taylor and Yves Lafont},
  year={1989}
}
Sense, denotation and semantics natural deduction the Curry-Howard isomorphism the normalisation theorem Godel's system T coherence spaces denotational semantics of T sums in natural deduction system F coherence semantics of the sum cut elimination (Hauptsatz) strong normalisation for F representation theorem semantics of System F what is linear logic? 
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