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The case of lam and case expressions that before required the terms to be welltyped now require terms to be closed. Separated definition context and context refinement from soundness_binary file.

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 29 May, 2016 1 commit


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Squashed commit of the following: commit a8d2dd620df2fe8531b590811b7f08d2bc1289b4 Author: Amin Timany <amintimany@gmail.com> Date: Sun May 29 13:54:07 2016 +0200 Prove refinement of fine/coarsegrained stack commit 6347ef920581b4f21b5dfa74d288afcf482c9b50 Author: Amin Timany <amintimany@gmail.com> Date: Sun May 29 01:37:23 2016 +0200 Backup commit 39552d8055f55458c9515e629707d496e26e92b7 Author: Amin Timany <amintimany@gmail.com> Date: Sat May 28 22:40:02 2016 +0200 Backup

 28 May, 2016 6 commits


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This is to avoid confusion when Coq loads the module.

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 27 May, 2016 4 commits


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It now produces a lambda that when evaluated with a value runs the underlying lambda that value after acquiring the lock. As before, the lock is released afterwards.

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It now returns the value of the expression evaluated.

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 23 May, 2016 2 commits


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We used to have: (λ x, b) a >β b[a/x] But now we have: (λ f x, b) a >β b[a/x, (λ f x, b)/f]

 22 May, 2016 4 commits


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There is one admit that needs to be taken care of. The admitted case is validity of a monoid element of iprod. At the moment iris doesn't seem to have necessary lemmas to prove this easily.

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With this change, recursive types don't use the context for type variables. This allows us to assume that all types in typing context are universally quantified, i.e., they are all polymorphic types.

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 21 May, 2016 5 commits


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We divide the binary fundamental lemma for Fμ,ref,par into several lemmas. This also generalizes the lemmas. We used to show Δ ∥ Γ ⊩ e ≤log≤ e ∷ τ in the fundamental lemma. But now in smaller lemmas in each case we show Δ ∥ Γ ⊩ e ≤log≤ e' ∷ τ Given some hypotheses of course.

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We still need to prove the many admitted lemmas in rules_binary module.

 16 May, 2016 3 commits


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The way the binary relation is defined, the binary fundamental lemma simply doesn't hold. I overlooked the fact that we need to enable CAS only for types where equality is checkable.

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