Nominal2

Nominal 2: Dealing with binders, renaming of bound variables, capture-avoiding substitution, etc., is very often a major problem in formal proofs, especially in proofs by structural and rule induction. Nominal Isabelle is designed to make such proofs easy to formalise: it provides an infrastructure for declaring nominal datatypes (that is alpha-equivalence classes) and for defining functions over them by structural recursion. It also provides induction principles that have Barendregt’s variable convention already built in. This entry can be used as a more advanced replacement for HOL/Nominal in the Isabelle distribution.

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  1. Hupel, Lars; Nipkow, Tobias: A verified compiler from Isabelle/HOL to CakeML (2018)