[Iris-Club] pre-wp's definition: s, s1, and s2
jeehoon.kang at sf.snu.ac.kr
Sat Aug 20 16:22:48 CEST 2016
Another point is that, "wp is defined as the fixed-point of a contractive
function," but I am not sure there is "the" fixed-point. Previously in the
documentation it is only said that a contractive function has "a"
- Is it indeed "the" fixed-point"?
- If not, in what sense a chosen fixed-point is canonical?
2016-08-20 23:02 GMT+09:00 Jeehoon Kang <jeehoon.kang at sf.snu.ac.kr>:
> I think I almost understand `pre-wp` ;-) But I still cannot understand
> the use of step-index: may I ask what is the intuition behind requiring
> `m+1 \in ...` for the value case? I think I understand why you required `m
> in ...` in the reduction case, since there is actually a step. But for the
> value case, I am not sure why it is necessary to demand `m+1 \in ...`. Why
> `m \in ...` is not enough?
> Thank you,
> 2016-08-19 21:14 GMT+09:00 Ralf Jung <jung at mpi-sws.org>:
>> > But I am still confused of the definition of `pre-wp`.. In the 2nd
>> > line, `s` should have the type ∆(Val), mandated by `ϕ(s)`; and yet at
>> > the same time `s` should have the type Res, from `s · rf`. May I ask if
>> > what am I missing here?
>> Right, that should have been ϕ(v)(s). Then things hopefully make sense...
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