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Dependent type. Dependent types add complexity to a type system.
Deciding the equality of dependent types in a program may require computations. If arbitrary values are allowed in dependent types, then deciding type equality may involve deciding whether two arbitrary programs produce the same result; hence type checking may become undecidable. History Dependent types were created to deepen the connection between programming and logic. In 1934, Haskell Curry noticed that the types used in mathematic programming languages followed the same pattern as axioms in propositional logic. Predicate logic is an extension of propositional logic, adding quantifiers. (Because of this and other work by Howard, propositions-as-types is known as the Curry-Howard correspondence.)
Formal definition Dependent types can be, very loosely speaking, imagined to be similar to the type of an indexed family of sets. Twelf. Introduction At its simplest, a Twelf program (called a "signature") is a collection of declarations of type families and constants that inhabit those type families.
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