Volume 7: January - December 1997

Issue 2: 1997


Reading between the lines in constructive type theory

  • Reading between the lines in constructive type theory
  • R. Turner

    Department of Computer Science, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex, CO4 3SQ, UK


    We formulate and investigate various ways of (conservatively) extending Martin-Lof's type theories with separation types and choice principles and demonstrate how these extensions can be employed to formalise Bishop's mathematical practice of hiding and recovering witnessing information.

    Keywords: Constructive mathematics, type theory, Bishop's mathematics

    Pages: 229 - 250

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