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The Scott model of PCF in UniMath

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Martin Escardo's talk has been postponed to Friday 22, Sloman Lounge at 11.00

Partiality is not primitive in univalent type theory. One approach to partiality is given by the lifting monad. We will study partiality via lifting by giving a constructive (and predicative) account of the Scott model of PCF in UniMath.

I will briefly introduce PCF , the Scott model as well as soundness and computational adequacy in the traditional setting, for those unfamiliar with this.

Then I will describe the type theoretic details of our constructive account. Propositional truncation will turn out to play a fundamental role. I have proved (and formalised) both soundness and computational adequacy for the constructive model in UniMath.

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