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From iris.base_logic Require Export base_logic.
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From iris.algebra Require Import iprod gmap.
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From iris.algebra Require cofe_solver.
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Set Default Proof Using "Type".
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(** In this file we construct the type [iProp] of propositions of the Iris
logic. This is done by solving the following recursive domain equation:

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  iProp ≈ uPred (∀ i : gid, gname -fin-> (Σ i) iProp)
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where:

  Σ : gFunctors  := lists of locally constractive functors
  i : gid        := indexes addressing individual functors in [Σ]
  γ : gname      := ghost variable names

The Iris logic is parametrized by a list of locally contractive functors [Σ]
from the category of COFEs to the category of CMRAs. These functors are
instantiated with [iProp], the type of Iris propositions, which allows one to
construct impredicate CMRAs, such as invariants and stored propositions using
the agreement CMRA. *)


(** * Locally contractive functors *)
(** The type [gFunctor] bundles a functor from the category of COFEs to the
category of CMRAs with a proof that it is locally contractive. *)
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Structure gFunctor := GFunctor {
  gFunctor_F :> rFunctor;
  gFunctor_contractive : rFunctorContractive gFunctor_F;
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}.
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Arguments GFunctor _ {_}.
Existing Instance gFunctor_contractive.
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(** The type [gFunctors] describes the parameters [Σ] of the Iris logic: lists
of [gFunctor]s.

Note that [gFunctors] is isomorphic to [list gFunctor], but defined in an
alternative way to avoid universe inconsistencies with respect to the universe
monomorphic [list] type. *)
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Definition gFunctors := { n : nat & fin n  gFunctor }.
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Definition gid (Σ : gFunctors) := fin (projT1 Σ).
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Definition gFunctors_lookup (Σ : gFunctors) : gid Σ  gFunctor := projT2 Σ.
Coercion gFunctors_lookup : gFunctors >-> Funclass.
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Definition gname := positive.

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(** The resources functor [iResF Σ A := ∀ i : gid, gname -fin-> (Σ i) A]. *)
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Definition iResF (Σ : gFunctors) : urFunctor :=
  iprodURF (λ i, gmapURF gname (Σ i)).


(** We define functions for the empty list of functors, the singleton list of
functors, and the append operator on lists of functors. These are used to
compose [gFunctors] out of smaller pieces. *)
Module gFunctors.
  Definition nil : gFunctors := existT 0 (fin_0_inv _).

  Definition singleton (F : gFunctor) : gFunctors :=
    existT 1 (fin_S_inv (λ _, gFunctor) F (fin_0_inv _)).

  Definition app (Σ1 Σ2 : gFunctors) : gFunctors :=
    existT (projT1 Σ1 + projT1 Σ2) (fin_plus_inv _ (projT2 Σ1) (projT2 Σ2)).
End gFunctors.

Coercion gFunctors.singleton : gFunctor >-> gFunctors.
Notation "#[ ]" := gFunctors.nil (format "#[ ]").
Notation "#[ Σ1 ; .. ; Σn ]" :=
  (gFunctors.app Σ1 .. (gFunctors.app Σn gFunctors.nil) ..).


(** * Subfunctors *)
(** In order to make proofs in the Iris logic modular, they are not done with
respect to some concrete list of functors [Σ], but are instead parametrized by
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an arbitrary list of functors [Σ] that contains at least certain functors. For
example, the lock library is parameterized by a functor [Σ] that should have
the functors corresponding to the heap and the exclusive monoid to manage to
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lock invariant.

The contraints to can be expressed using the type class [subG Σ1 Σ2], which
expresses that the functors [Σ1] are contained in [Σ2]. *)
Class subG (Σ1 Σ2 : gFunctors) := in_subG i : { j | Σ1 i = Σ2 j }.

(** Avoid trigger happy type class search: this line ensures that type class
search is only triggered if the arguments of [subG] do not contain evars. Since
instance search for [subG] is restrained, instances should always have [subG] as
their first parameter to avoid loops. For example, the instances [subG_authΣ]
and [auth_discrete] otherwise create a cycle that pops up arbitrarily. *)
Hint Mode subG + + : typeclass_instances.

Lemma subG_inv Σ1 Σ2 Σ : subG (gFunctors.app Σ1 Σ2) Σ  subG Σ1 Σ * subG Σ2 Σ.
Proof.
  move=> H; split.
  - move=> i; move: H=> /(_ (Fin.L _ i)) [j] /=. rewrite fin_plus_inv_L; eauto.
  - move=> i; move: H=> /(_ (Fin.R _ i)) [j] /=. rewrite fin_plus_inv_R; eauto.
Qed.

Instance subG_refl Σ : subG Σ Σ.
Proof. move=> i; by exists i. Qed.
Instance subG_app_l Σ Σ1 Σ2 : subG Σ Σ1  subG Σ (gFunctors.app Σ1 Σ2).
Proof.
  move=> H i; move: H=> /(_ i) [j ?].
  exists (Fin.L _ j). by rewrite /= fin_plus_inv_L.
Qed.
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Instance subG_app_r Σ Σ1 Σ2 : subG Σ Σ2  subG Σ (gFunctors.app Σ1 Σ2).
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Proof.
  move=> H i; move: H=> /(_ i) [j ?].
  exists (Fin.R _ j). by rewrite /= fin_plus_inv_R.
Qed.


(** * Solution of the recursive domain equation *)
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(** We first declare a module type and then an instance of it so as to seal all of
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the construction, this way we are sure we do not use any properties of the
construction, and also avoid Coq from blindly unfolding it. *)
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Module Type iProp_solution_sig.
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  Parameter iPreProp : gFunctors  ofeT.
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  Definition iResUR (Σ : gFunctors) : ucmraT :=
    iprodUR (λ i, gmapUR gname (Σ i (iPreProp Σ))).
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  Notation iProp Σ := (uPredC (iResUR Σ)).
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  Parameter iProp_unfold:  {Σ}, iProp Σ -n> iPreProp Σ.
  Parameter iProp_fold:  {Σ}, iPreProp Σ -n> iProp Σ.
  Parameter iProp_fold_unfold:  {Σ} (P : iProp Σ),
    iProp_fold (iProp_unfold P)  P.
  Parameter iProp_unfold_fold:  {Σ} (P : iPreProp Σ),
    iProp_unfold (iProp_fold P)  P.
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End iProp_solution_sig.

Module Export iProp_solution : iProp_solution_sig.
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  Import cofe_solver.
  Definition iProp_result (Σ : gFunctors) :
    solution (uPredCF (iResF Σ)) := solver.result _.

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  Definition iPreProp (Σ : gFunctors) : ofeT := iProp_result Σ.
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  Definition iResUR (Σ : gFunctors) : ucmraT :=
    iprodUR (λ i, gmapUR gname (Σ i (iPreProp Σ))).
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  Notation iProp Σ := (uPredC (iResUR Σ)).
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  Definition iProp_unfold {Σ} : iProp Σ -n> iPreProp Σ :=
    solution_fold (iProp_result Σ).
  Definition iProp_fold {Σ} : iPreProp Σ -n> iProp Σ := solution_unfold _.
  Lemma iProp_fold_unfold {Σ} (P : iProp Σ) : iProp_fold (iProp_unfold P)  P.
  Proof. apply solution_unfold_fold. Qed.
  Lemma iProp_unfold_fold {Σ} (P : iPreProp Σ) : iProp_unfold (iProp_fold P)  P.
  Proof. apply solution_fold_unfold. Qed.
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End iProp_solution.

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(** * Properties of the solution to the recursive domain equation *)
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Lemma iProp_unfold_equivI {Σ} (P Q : iProp Σ) :
  iProp_unfold P  iProp_unfold Q  (P  Q : iProp Σ).
Proof.
  rewrite -{2}(iProp_fold_unfold P) -{2}(iProp_fold_unfold Q).
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  eapply (uPred.internal_eq_rewrite _ _ (λ z,
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    iProp_fold (iProp_unfold P)  iProp_fold z))%I; auto with I; solve_proper.
Qed.