Commit e57a798a authored by Giuseppe Castagna's avatar Giuseppe Castagna
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......@@ -179,9 +179,9 @@ operator (more precisely, the same as the operator \textsf{pred} Kent defines in
5.7 of his dissertation), even though the two operators were defined independently from
each other. The exact definitions however are slightly different, since
the algorithm given in~\citet[Figure 5.2]{kent19phd}
for \emph{function application inversion} works only for functions
for \emph{function application inversion} is sound only for functions
whose type is an intersection of arrows, whereas our definition
of worra, given in~\eqref{worralgo}, works for any function, in
of worra, given in~\eqref{worralgo}, is sound and complete for any function, in
particular, for functions that have a union type, too. The main
difference of Kent's approach with respect to ours is that, since it
builds on the logical propositions approach, then it focus the use of
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while the two alternatives used by refinement types preserve
decidability.
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also presents a set theoretic interpretation), thus a comparison is
missing.
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Kim
Kim: far fetched?
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In 3.3 it is mentioned that ``we are not aware of any study in this
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Victor
The reviewer forgot to include the reference [5] in the report but
we are pretty sure that [5] must refer to ...
we are pretty sure that [5] must refer to ``Gradual Liquid Type
Inference'' (OOPSLA 2018). We were aware of this work of course
but we would not define it an example of integration of gradual
and occurrence typing ...
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