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Barendregt's ConventionHi, I am doing some proofs on a calculus with existential types and I am fairly liberally applying Baredregt's convention (approximately that bound variables are distinctly named). My assumption is that I have to justify using this convention and that that justification is along the lines of 'the rules of the calculus abide by the convention'. However, I can not find any information about a formal way of justifying this. Does anyone have experience of this, or pointers to relavent papers? Thanks, Nick By nick cameron at 20080201 11:02  LtU Forum  previous forum topic  next forum topic  other blogs  5725 reads

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