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Curry–Howard correspondence


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  • noun A thesis which claims the existence of an analogy or correspondence between — on the one hand — constructive mathematical proofs and programs (especially functions of a typed functional programming language), and — on the other hand — between formulae (proven by the aforementioned proofs) and types (of the aforementioned functions).


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