Commit 5d02df7f authored by Felipe Cerqueira's avatar Felipe Cerqueira
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Add lemmas about iter_fixpoint

parent d3d75a3b
......@@ -72,6 +72,19 @@ Section FixedPoint.
End FixedPoint.
(* In this section, we define some properties of relations
that are important for fixed-point iterations. *)
Section Relations.
Context {T: Type}.
Variable R: rel T.
Variable f: T -> T.
Definition monotone (R: rel T) :=
forall x y, R x y -> R (f x) (f y).
End Relations.
(* In this section we define a fixed-point iteration function
that stops as soon as it finds the solution. If no solution
is found, the function returns None. *)
......@@ -88,7 +101,7 @@ Section Iteration.
else iter_fixpoint step x'
else None.
Section Lemmas.
Section BasicLemmas.
(* We prove that iter_fixpoint either returns either None
or Some y, where y is a fixed point. *)
......@@ -111,6 +124,35 @@ Section Iteration.
End Lemmas.
End BasicLemmas.
Section RelationLemmas.
Variable R: rel T.
Hypothesis H_reflexive: reflexive R.
Hypothesis H_transitive: transitive R.
Hypothesis H_monotone: monotone f R.
Lemma iter_fixpoint_ge_min:
forall max_steps x0 x,
iter_fixpoint max_steps x0 = Some x ->
R x0 (f x0) ->
R x0 x.
induction max_steps.
intros x0 x SOME MIN; first by done.
intros x0 x SOME MIN; simpl in SOME.
destruct (x0 == f x0) eqn:EQ1;
first by inversion SOME; apply H_reflexive.
apply IHmax_steps in SOME;
first by apply H_transitive with (y := f x0).
by apply H_monotone.
End RelationLemmas.
End Iteration.
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