Thomas Streicher


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Thomas

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Streicher

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  • 2018-11 Consistency of the intensional level of the Minimalist Foundation with Church’s thesis and axiom of choice in ARCHIVE FOR MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
  • 2015 How Intensional Is Homotopy Type Theory? in EXTENDED ABSTRACTS FALL 2013
  • 2006-10 Well-foundedness in Realizability in ARCHIVE FOR MATHEMATICAL LOGIC
  • 2006 Universality Results for Models in Locally Boolean Domains in COMPUTER SCIENCE LOGIC
  • 2005-06-20 General synthetic domain theory — A logical approach (extended abstract) in CATEGORY THEORY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • 2005 About Hoare Logics for Higher-Order Store in AUTOMATA, LANGUAGES AND PROGRAMMING
  • 1999-06 Inductive Construction of Repletion in APPLIED CATEGORICAL STRUCTURES
  • 1995 Categorical reconstruction of a reduction free normalization proof in CATEGORY THEORY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • 1994 A tiny constraint functional logic language and its continuation semantics in PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND SYSTEMS — ESOP '94
  • 1993 Verifying properties of module construction in type theory in MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE 1993
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