Re: [isabelle] Quotients and code generation for higher-order functions

Hi Wenda,

On 24/07/15 13:05, Wenda Li wrote:
lemma [code]:"bind_bar (abs_bar x) f = abs_bar (bind x (Îu. rep_bar (f u)))" sorry

Can you prove this in your theory?
Of course, this type-checks and is provable. However, I'd need a code equation for rep_bar in the form "rep_bar (Abs_bar x) = ...". And for this, I'd need a notion of canonical representative in the raw type, which I don't have at the moment. It would require a lot of work (in Isabelle) to define such a notion. Moreover, the generated code would have to transform everything into the normal form, which can be computationally prohibitive.


On 2015-07-24 07:51, Andreas Lochbihler wrote:
Dear all,

I am currently stuck at setting up code generation for a quotient
type. To that end, I have declared an embedding from the raw type to
the quotient type as pseudo-constructor with code_datatype and am now
trying to prove equations that pattern-match on the
pseudo-constructor. There are no canonical representatives in my raw
type, so I cannot define an executable function from the quotient type
to the raw type.

I am stuck at lifting functions in which the quotient type occurs as
the result of higher-order functions. The problem is that I do not
know how to pattern-match on a pseudo-constructor in the result of a
function. Here is an example:

  datatype 'a foo = Stop 'a | Go "nat â 'a foo"

  primrec bind :: "'a foo â ('a â 'b foo) â 'b foo" where
    "bind (Stop x) f = f x"
  | "bind (Go c) f = Go (Îx. bind (c x) f)"

  axiomatization rel :: "'a foo â 'a foo â bool" where rel_eq: "equivp rel"
  quotient_type 'a bar = "'a foo" / rel by(rule rel_eq)
  code_datatype abs_bar

  lift_definition bind_bar :: "'a bar â ('a â 'b bar) â 'b bar" is bind sorry

My problem is now to state and prove code equations for bind_bar. Obviously,

  lemma "bind_bar (abs_bar x) f = abs_bar (bind x f)"

does not work, as bind expects f to return a foo, but f returns a bar.
My next attempt is to inline the recursion of bind. The case for Stop
is easy, but I am out of ideas for Go.

  lemma "bind_bar (abs_bar (Stop x)) f = f x"
        "bind_bar (abs_bar (Go c)) f = ???"

Is there a solution to my problem? Or am I completely on the wrong track.

Thanks for any ideas,

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