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Title: Stratified coherent spaces: a denotational semantics for Light Linear Logic
Authors: Baillot, Patrick
Issue Date: Aug-2000
Publisher: The University of Edinburgh
Series/Report no.: Informatics Report Series
Abstract: Light linear logic (LLL) was introduced by Girard as a logical system capturing the class of polytime function within the proofs-as-programs approach. This paper deals with the denotational semantics of LLL: we introduce a variant of coherent spaces and prove that it is a sound model for this system, but not for usual linear logic. A simpler version of the model yields a sound semantics of Elementary linear logic, which is the analog of LLL for the class of Kalmar elementary functions.
Keywords: Informatics
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