Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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simrob and I were talking a bit about the cut elim proof in that unpublished "A Constructive Approach to the Resource Semantics of Substructural Logics" paper Frank and I wrote some time ago. I twelfed it up and found that I had in fact neglected to make the induction hypothesis as strong as it really should have been: J should include right focus on some positive prop B as well as left focus and right inversion as it already does.

Last night managed to hang out with Dannel, and before that failed again to hang out with gustavolacerda. Much like I keep failing to hang out with skamille. Post-college socialization in a large metropolitan area is so complicated, man. Anyway there's the holiday party tomorrow.
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