# mathlib3documentation

tactic.omega.nat.preterm

meta inductive omega.nat.exprterm  :

The shadow syntax for arithmetic terms. All constants are reified to cst (e.g., 5 is reified to cst 5) and all other atomic terms are reified to exp (e.g., 5 * (list.length l) is reified to exp 5 \(list.length l)).expaccepts a coefficient of typenat as its first argument because multiplication by constant is allowed by the omega test.

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inductive omega.nat.preterm  :
• cst :
• var :
• sub :

Similar to exprterm, except that all exprs are now replaced with de Brujin indices of type nat. This is akin to generalizing over the terms represented by the said exprs.

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Helper tactic for proof by induction over preterms

Preterm evaluation

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theorem omega.nat.preterm.val_const {v : } {m : } :
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theorem omega.nat.preterm.val_var {v : } {m n : } :
= m * v n
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theorem omega.nat.preterm.val_add {v : } {t s : omega.nat.preterm} :
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theorem omega.nat.preterm.val_sub {v : } {t s : omega.nat.preterm} :
(t.sub s) =

Fresh de Brujin index not used by any variable in argument

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theorem omega.nat.preterm.val_constant (v w : ) (t : omega.nat.preterm) :
( (x : ), x < t.fresh_index v x = w x)

If variable assignments v and w agree on all variables that occur in term t, the value of t under v and w` are identical.

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Preterm is free of subtractions

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Return a term (which is in canonical form by definition) that is equivalent to the input preterm

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