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andrejbauer / AgdaSolver.agda
Last active Sep 14, 2022
How to use Agda ring solvers to prove equations?
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{- Here is a short demonstration on how to use Agda's solvers that automatically
prove equations. It seems quite impossible to find complete worked examples
of how Agda solvers are used.
Thanks go to @anormalform who helped out with these on Twitter, see
I welcome improvements and additions to this file.
This file works with Agda and standard-library-1.7.1
andrejbauer / Set2Bool.v
Created May 25, 2022
A proof in Coq that `Set -> bool` is not equal to `Set`.
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Require Import Setoid.
Definition coerce {A B : Type} : A = B -> A -> B.
intros [] a.
exact a.
Lemma coerce_coerce {A B : Type} (e : A = B) (b : B) :
coerce e (coerce (eq_sym e) b) = b.
andrejbauer / Epimorphism.agda
Last active Jan 10, 2022
A setoid satisfies choice if, and only if its equivalence relation is equality.
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open import Level
open import Relation.Binary
open import Data.Product
open import Data.Unit
open import Agda.Builtin.Sigma
open import Relation.Binary.PropositionalEquality renaming (refl to ≡-refl; trans to ≡-trans; sym to ≡-sym; cong to ≡-cong)
open import Relation.Binary.PropositionalEquality.Properties
open import Function.Equality hiding (setoid)
module Epimorphism where
andrejbauer / Queue.agda
Last active Sep 1, 2021
An implementation of infinite queues fashioned after the von Neuman ordinals
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open import Data.Nat
open import Data.Maybe
open import Data.Product
-- An implementation of infinite queues fashioned after the von Neuman ordinals
module Queue where
infixl 5 _⊕_
andrejbauer / Primrec.agda
Created Jul 6, 2021
Primitive recursive functions in Agda
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open import Data.Nat
open import Data.Fin as Fin
module Primrec where
-- The datatype of primitive recursive function
data PR : (k : ℕ) Set where
pr-zero : PR 0 -- zero
pr-succ : PR 1 -- successor
pr-proj : {k} (i : Fin k) PR k -- projection
andrejbauer / Corey.agda
Created Jun 1, 2021
The type of bit streams is uncountable.
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open import Data.Bool
open import Data.Empty
open import Agda.Builtin.Nat
open import Agda.Builtin.Sigma
open import Relation.Binary.PropositionalEquality
module Corey where
-- streams of bits
record Stream : Set where
andrejbauer / finite.v
Created Feb 5, 2021
The finite truth values are precisely the decidable truth values.
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(** Prop is a complete lattice. We can ask which propositions are finite. *)
Definition directed (D : Prop -> Prop) :=
(exists p , D p) /\ forall p q, D p -> D q -> exists r, D r /\ (p -> r) /\ (q -> r).
(** A proposition p is finite when it has the following property:
for any directed D, if p ≤ sup D then there is q ∈ D such that p ≤ q. *)
Definition finite (p : Prop) :=
forall D, directed D ->
(p -> exists q, D q /\ q) -> exists q, D q /\ (p -> q).
andrejbauer / doubleNegationInitialAlgebra.agda
Created Jan 4, 2021
The initial algebra for the functor X ↦ (X → ∅) → ∅ is ∅.
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-- empty type
data 𝟘 : Set where
absurd : {A : Set} 𝟘 A
absurd ()
-- booleans
data 𝟚 : Set where
false true : 𝟚
andrejbauer / finite_subsets_and_LEM.v
Created Nov 15, 2020
The proof that excluded middle follows if all subsets of a singleton set are finite.
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(* If all subsets of a singleton set are finite, then excluded middle holds.*)
Require Import List.
(* We present the subsets of X as characteristic maps S : X -> Prop.
Thus to say that x : X is an element of S : Powerset X we write S x. *)
Definition Powerset X := X -> Prop.
(* Auxiliary relation "l lists the elements of S". *)
Definition lists {X} (l : list X) (S : Powerset X) :=
forall x, S x <-> In x l.
andrejbauer / UniverseInjection.agda
Last active Feb 28, 2021
Formalization of the fact that a dependent type theory with excluded middle cannot have a universe Set such that Set → Set injects into Set.
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-- Counterexample by Chung Kil Hur, improved by Andrej Bauer
-- We show that it is inconsistent to have an injection I : (Set → Set) → Set and excluded middle.
-- Indeed, excluded middle and I together give a surjection J : Set → (Set → Set),
-- which by Lawvere's fixed point theorem begets a fixed point operator on Set.
-- However, negation does not have a fixed point.
module cantor where
-- generalities