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Linear Logic, Totality and Full Completeness

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Linear Logic, Totality and Full Completeness
I give a `totality space' model for linear logic [4], detaking an abstract view of computations on a datatype. The model has similarities with both the coherence space model and game-theoretic models [1, 5], but is based upon a notion of total object. Using this model, I prove a full completeness result, along the lines of the results for game theoretic models in [1] and [5]. In other words, I show that the mapping of proofs to their interpretations (here collections of total objects uniform for a given functor) in the model is a surjection.
Ralph Loader
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Year 1994
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Authors Ralph Loader
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