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Realizability algebras III: some examples

By Jean-louis Krivine


The notion of realizability algebra, which was introduced in [17, 18], is a tool to study the proof-program correspondence and to build models of set theory. It is a variant of the well known notion of combinatory algebra, with a new instruction cc, and a new type for the environments

Year: 2013
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