15-816 Linear Logic

Lecture 20: Linear Logical Framework I

Simple imperative programming languages can be elegantly represented in Lolli. But the absence of a proof term language and dependent types limit its expressiveness.

In this lecture we motivate a linear logical framework which provides a proof term language, and dependent types, and we show at the example of a more advanced imperative programming language how to use higher order representation techniques.

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Carsten Schuermann