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 Title: Proofs and Types
 Author(s): JeanYves Girard, Yves Lafont, Paul Taylor
 Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 Paperback: 192 pages
 eBook: PDF, DVI, and PostScript
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0521371813
 ISBN13: 9780521371810
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Book Description
Deals with the mathematical background of the application to computer science of aspects of logic on typed lambda calculus (namely the correspondence between propositions and types). Treats both the traditional logic material, and its prospective application to computer science.
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