(Joint Center)Library Ssreflect.ssrfun

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Require Import ssreflect.

This file contains the basic definitions and notations for working with functions. The definitions provide for:
  • Pair projections: p.1 == first element of a pair p.2 == second element of a pair These notations also apply to p : P /\ Q, via an and >-> pair coercion.
  • Simplifying functions, beta-reduced by /= and simpl: [fun : T => E] == constant function from type T that returns E [fun x => E] == unary function [fun x : T => E] == unary function with explicit domain type [fun x y => E] == binary function [fun x y : T => E] == binary function with common domain type [fun (x : T) y => E] \
[fun (x : xT) (y : yT) => E] | == binary function with (some) explicit, [fun x (y : T) => E] / independent domain types for each argument
  • Partial functions using option type: oapp f d ox == if ox is Some x returns f x, d otherwise odflt d ox == if ox is Some x returns x, d otherwise obind f ox == if ox is Some x returns f x, None otherwise omap f ox == if ox is Some x returns Some (f x), None otherwise
  • Singleton types: all_equal_to x0 == x0 is the only value in its type, so any such value can be rewritten to x0.
  • A generic wrapper type: wrapped T == the inductive type with values Wrap x for x : T. unwrap w == the projection of w : wrapped T on T. wrap x == the canonical injection of x : T into wrapped T; it is equivalent to Wrap x, but is declared as a (default) Canonical Structure, which lets the Coq HO unification automatically expand x into unwrap (wrap x). The delta reduction of wrap x to Wrap can be exploited to introduce controlled nondeterminism in Canonical Structure inference, as in the implementation of the mxdirect predicate in matrix.v.
  • Sigma types: tag w == the i of w : {i : I & T i}. tagged w == the T i component of w : {i : I & T i}. Tagged T x == the {i : I & T i} with component x : T i. tag2 w == the i of w : {i : I & T i & U i}. tagged2 w == the T i component of w : {i : I & T i & U i}. tagged2' w == the U i component of w : {i : I & T i & U i}.
Tagged2 T U x y == the {i : I & T i} with components x : T i and y : U i. sval u == the x of u : {x : T | P x}. s2val u == the x of u : {x : T | P x & Q x}. The properties of sval u, s2val u are given by lemmas svalP, s2valP, and s2valP'. We provide coercions sigT2 >-> sigT and sig2 >-> sig >-> sigT. A suite of lemmas (all_sig, ...) let us skolemize sig, sig2, sigT, sigT2 and pair, e.g., have /all_sig[f fP] (x : T): {y : U | P y} by ... yields an f : T -> U such that fP : forall x, P (f x).
  • Identity functions: id == NOTATION for the explicit identity function fun x => x. @id T == notation for the explicit identity at type T. idfun == an expression with a head constant, convertible to id; idfun x simplifies to x. @idfun T == the expression above, specialized to type T. phant_id x y == the function type phantom _ x -> phantom _ y.
*** In addition to their casual use in functional programming, identity functions are often used to trigger static unification as part of the construction of dependent Records and Structures. For example, if we need a structure sT over a type T, we take as arguments T, sT, and a "dummy" function T -> sort sT: Definition foo T sT & T -> sort sT := ... We can avoid specifying sT directly by calling foo (@id T), or specify the call completely while still ensuring the consistency of T and sT, by calling @foo T sT idfun. The phant_id type allows us to extend this trick to non-Type canonical projections. It also allows us to sidestep dependent type constraints when building explicit records, e.g., given Record r := R {x; y : T(x)}. if we need to build an r from a given y0 while inferring some x0, such that y0 : T(x0), we pose Definition mk_r .. y .. (x := ...) y' & phant_id y y' := R x y'. Calling @mk_r .. y0 .. id will cause Coq to use y' := y0, while checking the dependent type constraint y0 : T(x0).
  • Extensional equality for functions and relations (i.e. functions of two arguments): f1 =1 f2 == f1 x is equal to f2 x for all x. f1 =1 f2 :> A == ... and f2 is explicitly typed. f1 =2 f2 == f1 x y is equal to f2 x y for all x y. f1 =2 f2 :> A == ... and f2 is explicitly typed.
  • Composition for total and partial functions: f^~ y == function f with second argument specialised to y, i.e., fun x => f x y CAVEAT: conditional (non-maximal) implicit arguments of f are NOT inserted in this context @^~ x == application at x, i.e., fun f => f x [eta f] == the explicit eta-expansion of f, i.e., fun x => f x CAVEAT: conditional (non-maximal) implicit arguments of f are NOT inserted in this context. fun=> v := the constant function fun _ => v. f1 \o f2 == composition of f1 and f2. Note: (f1 \o f2) x simplifies to f1 (f2 x). f1 \; f2 == categorical composition of f1 and f2. This expands to to f2 \o f1 and (f1 \; f2) x simplifies to f2 (f1 x). pcomp f1 f2 == composition of partial functions f1 and f2.
  • Reserved notation for various arithmetic and algebraic operations: e. [a1, ..., a_n] evaluation (e.g., polynomials). e`_i indexing (number list, integer pi-part). x^-1 inverse (group, field). x *+ n, x *- n integer multiplier (modules and rings). x ^+ n, x ^- n integer exponent (groups and rings). x *: A, A :* x external product (scaling/module product in rings, left/right cosets in groups). A :&: B intersection (of sets, groups, subspaces, ...). A :|: B, a |: B union, union with a singleton (of sets). A :\: B, A :\ b relative complement (of sets, subspaces, ...). A, < [a]> generated group/subspace, generated cycle/line. 'C[x], 'C_A[x] point centralisers (in groups and F-algebras). 'C(A), 'C_B(A) centralisers (in groups and matrix and F_algebras). 'Z(A) centers (in groups and matrix and F-algebras). m %/ d, m %% d Euclidean division and remainder (nat, polynomials). d %| m Euclidean divisibility (nat, polynomial). m = n % [mod d] equality mod d (also defined for <>, ==, and !=). e^`(n) nth formal derivative (groups, polynomials). e^` simple formal derivative (polynomials only). `|x| norm, absolute value, distance (rings, int, nat). x <= y ?= iff C x is less than y, and equal iff C holds (nat, rings). x <= y :> T, etc cast comparison (rings, all comparison operators). [rec a1, ..., an] standard shorthand for hidden recursor (see prime.v). The interpretation of these notations is not defined here, but the declarations help maintain consistency across the library.
  • Properties of functions: injective f <-> f is injective. cancel f g <-> g is a left inverse of f / f is a right inverse of g. pcancel f g <-> g is a left inverse of f where g is partial. ocancel f g <-> g is a left inverse of f where f is partial. bijective f <-> f is bijective (has a left and right inverse). involutive f <-> f is involutive.
  • Properties for operations. left_id e op <-> e is a left identity for op (e op x = x). right_id e op <-> e is a right identity for op (x op e = x). left_inverse e inv op <-> inv is a left inverse for op wrt identity e, i.e., (inv x) op x = e. right_inverse e inv op <-> inv is a right inverse for op wrt identity e i.e., x op (i x) = e. self_inverse e op <-> each x is its own op-inverse (x op x = e). idempotent op <-> op is idempotent for op (x op x = x). associative op <-> op is associative, i.e., x op (y op z) = (x op y) op z. commutative op <-> op is commutative (x op y = y op x). left_commutative op <-> op is left commutative, i.e., x op (y op z) = y op (x op z). right_commutative op <-> op is right commutative, i.e., (x op y) op z = (x op z) op y. left_zero z op <-> z is a left zero for op (z op x = z). right_zero z op <-> z is a right zero for op (x op z = z). left_distributive op1 op2 <-> op1 distributes over op2 to the left: (x op2 y) op1 z = (x op1 z) op2 (y op1 z).
right_distributive op1 op2 <-> op distributes over add to the right: x op1 (y op2 z) = (x op1 z) op2 (x op1 z). interchange op1 op2 <-> op1 and op2 satisfy an interchange law: (x op2 y) op1 (z op2 t) = (x op1 z) op2 (y op1 t). Note that interchange op op is a commutativity property. left_injective op <-> op is injective in its left argument: x op y = z op y -> x = z. right_injective op <-> op is injective in its right argument: x op y = x op z -> y = z. left_loop inv op <-> op, inv obey the inverse loop left axiom: (inv x) op (x op y) = y for all x, y, i.e., op (inv x) is always a left inverse of op x rev_left_loop inv op <-> op, inv obey the inverse loop reverse left axiom: x op ((inv x) op y) = y, for all x, y. right_loop inv op <-> op, inv obey the inverse loop right axiom: (x op y) op (inv y) = x for all x, y. rev_right_loop inv op <-> op, inv obey the inverse loop reverse right axiom: (x op y) op (inv y) = x for all x, y. Note that familiar "cancellation" identities like x + y - y = x or x - y + x = x are respectively instances of right_loop and rev_right_loop The corresponding lemmas will use the K and NK/VK suffixes, respectively.
  • Morphisms for functions and relations: {morph f : x / a >-> r} <-> f is a morphism with respect to functions (fun x => a) and (fun x => r); if r == R[x], this states that f a = R[f x] for all x. {morph f : x / a} <-> f is a morphism with respect to the function expression (fun x => a). This is shorthand for {morph f : x / a >-> a}; note that the two instances of a are often interpreted at different types. {morph f : x y / a >-> r} <-> f is a morphism with respect to functions (fun x y => a) and (fun x y => r). {morph f : x y / a} <-> f is a morphism with respect to the function expression (fun x y => a). {homo f : x / a >-> r} <-> f is a homomorphism with respect to the predicates (fun x => a) and (fun x => r); if r == R[x], this states that a -> R[f x] for all x. {homo f : x / a} <-> f is a homomorphism with respect to the predicate expression (fun x => a). {homo f : x y / a >-> r} <-> f is a homomorphism with respect to the relations (fun x y => a) and (fun x y => r). {homo f : x y / a} <-> f is a homomorphism with respect to the relation expression (fun x y => a). {mono f : x / a >-> r} <-> f is monotone with respect to projectors (fun x => a) and (fun x => r); if r == R[x], this states that R[f x] = a for all x. {mono f : x / a} <-> f is monotone with respect to the projector expression (fun x => a). {mono f : x y / a >-> r} <-> f is monotone with respect to relators (fun x y => a) and (fun x y => r). {mono f : x y / a} <-> f is monotone with respect to the relator expression (fun x y => a).
The file also contains some basic lemmas for the above concepts. Lemmas relative to cancellation laws use some abbreviated suffixes: K - a cancellation rule like esymK : cancel (@esym T x y) (@esym T y x). LR - a lemma moving an operation from the left hand side of a relation to the right hand side, like canLR: cancel g f -> x = g y -> f x = y. RL - a lemma moving an operation from the right to the left, e.g., canRL. Beware that the LR and RL orientations refer to an "apply" (back chaining) usage; when using the same lemmas with "have" or "move" (forward chaining) the directions will be reversed!.

Set Implicit Arguments.

Delimit Scope fun_scope with FUN.
Open Scope fun_scope.

Notations for argument transpose
Notation "f ^~ y" := (fun xf x y)
  (at level 10, y at level 8, no associativity, format "f ^~ y") : fun_scope.
Notation "@^~ x" := (fun ff x)
  (at level 10, x at level 8, no associativity, format "@^~ x") : fun_scope.

Delimit Scope pair_scope with PAIR.
Open Scope pair_scope.

Notations for pair/conjunction projections
Notation "p .1" := (fst p)
  (at level 2, left associativity, format "p .1") : pair_scope.
Notation "p .2" := (snd p)
  (at level 2, left associativity, format "p .2") : pair_scope.

Coercion pair_of_and P Q (PandQ : P Q) := (proj1 PandQ, proj2 PandQ).

Definition all_pair I T U (w : i : I, T i × U i) :=
  (fun i(w i).1, fun i(w i).2).

Reserved notation for evaluation
Reserved Notation "e .[ x ]"
  (at level 2, left associativity, format "e .[ x ]").

Reserved Notation "e .[ x1 , x2 , .. , xn ]" (at level 2, left associativity,
  format "e '[ ' .[ x1 , '/' x2 , '/' .. , '/' xn ] ']'").

Reserved notation for subscripting and superscripting
Reserved Notation "s `_ i" (at level 3, i at level 2, left associativity,
  format "s `_ i").
Reserved Notation "x ^-1" (at level 3, left associativity, format "x ^-1").

Reserved notation for integer multipliers and exponents
Reserved Notation "x *+ n" (at level 40, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "x *- n" (at level 40, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "x ^+ n" (at level 29, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "x ^- n" (at level 29, left associativity).

Reserved notation for external multiplication.
Reserved Notation "x *: A" (at level 40).
Reserved Notation "A :* x" (at level 40).

Reserved notation for set-theretic operations.
Reserved Notation "A :&: B" (at level 48, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "A :|: B" (at level 52, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "a |: A" (at level 52, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "A :\: B" (at level 50, left associativity).
Reserved Notation "A :\ b" (at level 50, left associativity).

Reserved notation for generated structures
Reserved Notation "<< A >>" (at level 0, format "<< A >>").
Reserved Notation "<[ a ] >" (at level 0, format "<[ a ] >").

Reserved notation for centralisers and centers.
Reserved Notation "''C' [ x ]" (at level 8, format "''C' [ x ]").
Reserved Notation "''C_' A [ x ]"
  (at level 8, A at level 2, format "''C_' A [ x ]").
Reserved Notation "''C' ( A )" (at level 8, format "''C' ( A )").
Reserved Notation "''C_' B ( A )"
  (at level 8, B at level 2, format "''C_' B ( A )").
Reserved Notation "''Z' ( A )" (at level 8, format "''Z' ( A )").
Compatibility with group action centraliser notation.
Reserved Notation "''C_' ( A ) [ x ]" (at level 8, only parsing).
Reserved Notation "''C_' ( B ) ( A )" (at level 8, only parsing).

Reserved notation for Euclidean division and divisibility.
Reserved Notation "m %/ d" (at level 40, no associativity).
Reserved Notation "m %% d" (at level 40, no associativity).
Reserved Notation "m %| d" (at level 70, no associativity).
Reserved Notation "m = n %[mod d ]" (at level 70, n at next level,
  format "'[hv ' m '/' = n '/' %[mod d ] ']'").
Reserved Notation "m == n %[mod d ]" (at level 70, n at next level,
  format "'[hv ' m '/' == n '/' %[mod d ] ']'").
Reserved Notation "m <> n %[mod d ]" (at level 70, n at next level,
  format "'[hv ' m '/' <> n '/' %[mod d ] ']'").
Reserved Notation "m != n %[mod d ]" (at level 70, n at next level,
  format "'[hv ' m '/' != n '/' %[mod d ] ']'").

Reserved notation for derivatives.
Reserved Notation "a ^` " (at level 8, format "a ^` ").
Reserved Notation "a ^` ( n )" (at level 8, format "a ^` ( n )").

Reserved notation for absolute value.
Reserved Notation "`| x |" (at level 0, x at level 99, format "`| x |").

Reserved notation for conditional comparison
Reserved Notation "x <= y ?= 'iff' c" (at level 70, y, c at next level,
  format "x '[hv' <= y '/' ?= 'iff' c ']'").

Reserved notation for cast comparison.
Reserved Notation "x <= y :> T" (at level 70, y at next level).
Reserved Notation "x >= y :> T" (at level 70, y at next level, only parsing).
Reserved Notation "x < y :> T" (at level 70, y at next level).
Reserved Notation "x > y :> T" (at level 70, y at next level, only parsing).
Reserved Notation "x <= y ?= 'iff' c :> T" (at level 70, y, c at next level,
  format "x '[hv' <= y '/' ?= 'iff' c :> T ']'").

Complements on the option type constructor, used below to encode partial functions.

Module Option.

Definition apply aT rT (f : aTrT) x u := if u is Some y then f y else x.

Definition default T := apply (fun x : Tx).

Definition bind aT rT (f : aToption rT) := apply f None.

Definition map aT rT (f : aTrT) := bind (fun xSome (f x)).

End Option.

Notation oapp := Option.apply.
Notation odflt := Option.default.
Notation obind := Option.bind.
Notation omap := Option.map.
Notation some := (@Some _) (only parsing).

Shorthand for some basic equality lemmas.

Notation erefl := refl_equal.
Notation ecast i T e x := (let: erefl in _ = i := e return T in x).
Definition esym := sym_eq.
Definition nesym := sym_not_eq.
Definition etrans := trans_eq.
Definition congr1 := f_equal.
Definition congr2 := f_equal2.
Force at least one implicit when used as a view.

A predicate for singleton types.
Definition all_equal_to T (x0 : T) := x, unkeyed x = x0.

Lemma unitE : all_equal_to tt.

A generic wrapper type

Structure wrapped T := Wrap {unwrap : T}.
Canonical wrap T x := @Wrap T x.


Syntax for defining auxiliary recursive function. Usage: Section FooDefinition. Variables (g1 : T1) (g2 : T2). (globals) Fixoint foo_auxiliary (a3 : T3) ... := body, using [rec e3, ... ] for recursive calls where " [ 'rec' a3 , a4 , ... ]" := foo_auxiliary. Definition foo x y .. := [rec e1, ... ]. + proofs about foo End FooDefinition.

Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 ]"
  (at level 0, format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 ]"
  (at level 0,
  format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 , a8 ]"
  (at level 0,
  format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 , a8 ]").
Reserved Notation "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 , a8 , a9 ]"
  (at level 0,
  format "[ 'rec' a0 , a1 , a2 , a3 , a4 , a5 , a6 , a7 , a8 , a9 ]").

Definitions and notation for explicit functions with simplification, i.e., which simpl and /= beta expand (this is complementary to nosimpl).

Section SimplFun.

Variables aT rT : Type.

CoInductive simpl_fun := SimplFun of aTrT.

Definition fun_of_simpl f := fun xlet: SimplFun lam := f in lam x.

Coercion fun_of_simpl : simpl_fun >-> Funclass.

End SimplFun.

Notation "[ 'fun' : T => E ]" := (SimplFun (fun _ : TE))
  (at level 0,
   format "'[hv' [ 'fun' : T => '/ ' E ] ']'") : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' x => E ]" := (SimplFun (fun xE))
  (at level 0, x ident,
   format "'[hv' [ 'fun' x => '/ ' E ] ']'") : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' x : T => E ]" := (SimplFun (fun x : TE))
  (at level 0, x ident, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' x y => E ]" := (fun x[fun y E])
  (at level 0, x ident, y ident,
   format "'[hv' [ 'fun' x y => '/ ' E ] ']'") : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' x y : T => E ]" := (fun x : T[fun y : T E])
  (at level 0, x ident, y ident, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' ( x : T ) y => E ]" := (fun x : T[fun y E])
  (at level 0, x ident, y ident, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' x ( y : T ) => E ]" := (fun x[fun y : T E])
  (at level 0, x ident, y ident, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'fun' ( x : xT ) ( y : yT ) => E ]" :=
    (fun x : xT[fun y : yT E])
  (at level 0, x ident, y ident, only parsing) : fun_scope.

For delta functions in eqtype.v.
Definition SimplFunDelta aT rT (f : aTaTrT) := [fun z f z z].

Extensional equality, for unary and binary functions, including syntactic sugar.

Section ExtensionalEquality.

Variables A B C : Type.

Definition eqfun (f g : BA) : Prop := x, f x = g x.

Definition eqrel (r s : CBA) : Prop := x y, r x y = s x y.

Lemma frefl f : eqfun f f.
Lemma fsym f g : eqfun f geqfun g f.

Lemma ftrans f g h : eqfun f geqfun g heqfun f h.

Lemma rrefl r : eqrel r r.

End ExtensionalEquality.

Typeclasses Opaque eqfun.
Typeclasses Opaque eqrel.

Hint Resolve frefl rrefl.

Notation "f1 =1 f2" := (eqfun f1 f2)
  (at level 70, no associativity) : fun_scope.
Notation "f1 =1 f2 :> A" := (f1 =1 (f2 : A))
  (at level 70, f2 at next level, A at level 90) : fun_scope.
Notation "f1 =2 f2" := (eqrel f1 f2)
  (at level 70, no associativity) : fun_scope.
Notation "f1 =2 f2 :> A" := (f1 =2 (f2 : A))
  (at level 70, f2 at next level, A, B at level 90) : fun_scope.

Section Composition.

Variables A B C : Type.

Definition funcomp u (f : BA) (g : CB) x := let: tt := u in f (g x).
Definition catcomp u g f := funcomp u f g.
Local Notation comp := (funcomp tt).

Definition pcomp (f : Boption A) (g : Coption B) x := obind f (g x).

Lemma eq_comp f f' g g' : f =1 f'g =1 g'comp f g =1 comp f' g'.

End Composition.

Notation comp := (funcomp tt).
Notation "@ 'comp'" := (fun A B C ⇒ @funcomp A B C tt).
Notation "f1 \o f2" := (comp f1 f2)
  (at level 50, format "f1 \o '/ ' f2") : fun_scope.
Notation "f1 \; f2" := (catcomp tt f1 f2)
  (at level 60, right associativity, format "f1 \; '/ ' f2") : fun_scope.

Notation "[ 'eta' f ]" := (fun xf x)
  (at level 0, format "[ 'eta' f ]") : fun_scope.

Notation "'fun' => E" := (fun _E) (at level 200, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Notation id := (fun xx).
Notation "@ 'id' T" := (fun x : Tx)
  (at level 10, T at level 8, only parsing) : fun_scope.

Definition id_head T u x : T := let: tt := u in x.
Definition explicit_id_key := tt.
Notation idfun := (id_head tt).
Notation "@ 'idfun' T " := (@id_head T explicit_id_key)
  (at level 10, T at level 8, format "@ 'idfun' T") : fun_scope.

Definition phant_id T1 T2 v1 v2 := phantom T1 v1phantom T2 v2.

Strong sigma types.

Section Tag.

Variables (I : Type) (i : I) (T_ U_ : IType).

Definition tag := projS1.
Definition tagged : w, T_(tag w) := @projS2 I [eta T_].
Definition Tagged x := @existS I [eta T_] i x.

Definition tag2 (w : @sigT2 I T_ U_) := let: existT2 i _ _ := w in i.
Definition tagged2 w : T_(tag2 w) := let: existT2 _ x _ := w in x.
Definition tagged2' w : U_(tag2 w) := let: existT2 _ _ y := w in y.
Definition Tagged2 x y := @existS2 I [eta T_] [eta U_] i x y.

End Tag.

Implicit Arguments Tagged [I i].
Implicit Arguments Tagged2 [I i].

Coercion tag_of_tag2 I T_ U_ (w : @sigT2 I T_ U_) :=
  Tagged (fun iT_ i × U_ i)%type (tagged2 w, tagged2' w).

Lemma all_tag I T U :
   ( x : I, {y : T x & U x y}) →
  {f : x, T x & x, U x (f x)}.

Lemma all_tag2 I T U V :
    ( i : I, {y : T i & U i y & V i y}) →
  {f : i, T i & i, U i (f i) & i, V i (f i)}.

Refinement types.
Prenex Implicits and renaming.
Notation sval := (@proj1_sig _ _).
Notation "@ 'sval'" := (@proj1_sig) (at level 10, format "@ 'sval'").

Section Sig.

Variables (T : Type) (P Q : TProp).

Lemma svalP (u : sig P) : P (sval u).

Definition s2val (u : sig2 P Q) := let: exist2 x _ _ := u in x.

Lemma s2valP u : P (s2val u).

Lemma s2valP' u : Q (s2val u).

End Sig.


Coercion tag_of_sig I P (u : @sig I P) := Tagged P (svalP u).

Coercion sig_of_sig2 I P Q (u : @sig2 I P Q) :=
  exist (fun iP i Q i) (s2val u) (conj (s2valP u) (s2valP' u)).

Lemma all_sig I T P :
    ( x : I, {y : T x | P x y}) →
  {f : x, T x | x, P x (f x)}.

Lemma all_sig2 I T P Q :
    ( x : I, {y : T x | P x y & Q x y}) →
  {f : x, T x | x, P x (f x) & x, Q x (f x)}.

Section Morphism.

Variables (aT rT sT : Type) (f : aTrT).

Morphism property for unary and binary functions
Definition morphism_1 aF rF := x, f (aF x) = rF (f x).
Definition morphism_2 aOp rOp := x y, f (aOp x y) = rOp (f x) (f y).

Homomorphism property for unary and binary relations
Definition homomorphism_1 (aP rP : _Prop) := x, aP xrP (f x).
Definition homomorphism_2 (aR rR : __Prop) :=
   x y, aR x yrR (f x) (f y).

Stability property for unary and binary relations
Definition monomorphism_1 (aP rP : _sT) := x, rP (f x) = aP x.
Definition monomorphism_2 (aR rR : __sT) :=
   x y, rR (f x) (f y) = aR x y.

End Morphism.

Notation "{ 'morph' f : x / a >-> r }" :=
  (morphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'morph' f : x / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'morph' f : x / a }" :=
  (morphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xa))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'morph' f : x / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'morph' f : x y / a >-> r }" :=
  (morphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x yr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'morph' f : x y / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'morph' f : x y / a }" :=
  (morphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x ya))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'morph' f : x y / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'homo' f : x / a >-> r }" :=
  (homomorphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'homo' f : x / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'homo' f : x / a }" :=
  (homomorphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xa))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'homo' f : x / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'homo' f : x y / a >-> r }" :=
  (homomorphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x yr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'homo' f : x y / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'homo' f : x y / a }" :=
  (homomorphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x ya))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'homo' f : x y / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'homo' f : x y /~ a }" :=
  (homomorphism_2 f (fun y xa) (fun x ya))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'homo' f : x y /~ a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'mono' f : x / a >-> r }" :=
  (monomorphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'mono' f : x / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'mono' f : x / a }" :=
  (monomorphism_1 f (fun xa) (fun xa))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident,
   format "{ 'mono' f : x / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'mono' f : x y / a >-> r }" :=
  (monomorphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x yr))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'mono' f : x y / a >-> r }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'mono' f : x y / a }" :=
  (monomorphism_2 f (fun x ya) (fun x ya))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'mono' f : x y / a }") : type_scope.

Notation "{ 'mono' f : x y /~ a }" :=
  (monomorphism_2 f (fun y xa) (fun x ya))
  (at level 0, f at level 99, x ident, y ident,
   format "{ 'mono' f : x y /~ a }") : type_scope.

In an intuitionistic setting, we have two degrees of injectivity. The weaker one gives only simplification, and the strong one provides a left inverse (we show in `fintype' that they coincide for finite types). We also define an intermediate version where the left inverse is only a partial function.

Section Injections.

rT must come first so we can use @ to mitigate the Coq 1st order unification bug (e..g., Coq can't infer rT from a "cancel" lemma).
Variables (rT aT : Type) (f : aTrT).

Definition injective := x1 x2, f x1 = f x2x1 = x2.

Definition cancel g := x, g (f x) = x.

Definition pcancel g := x, g (f x) = Some x.

Definition ocancel (g : aToption rT) h := x, oapp h x (g x) = x.

Lemma can_pcan g : cancel gpcancel (fun ySome (g y)).

Lemma pcan_inj g : pcancel ginjective.

Lemma can_inj g : cancel ginjective.

Lemma canLR g x y : cancel gx = f yg x = y.

Lemma canRL g x y : cancel gf x = yx = g y.

End Injections.

Lemma Some_inj {T} : injective (@Some T).

cancellation lemmas for dependent type casts.
Lemma esymK T x y : cancel (@esym T x y) (@esym T y x).

Lemma etrans_id T x y (eqxy : x = y :> T) : etrans (erefl x) eqxy = eqxy.

Section InjectionsTheory.

Variables (A B C : Type) (f g : BA) (h : CB).

Lemma inj_id : injective (@id A).

Lemma inj_can_sym f' : cancel f f'injective f'cancel f' f.

Lemma inj_comp : injective finjective hinjective (f \o h).

Lemma can_comp f' h' : cancel f f'cancel h h'cancel (f \o h) (h' \o f').

Lemma pcan_pcomp f' h' :
  pcancel f f'pcancel h h'pcancel (f \o h) (pcomp h' f').

Lemma eq_inj : injective ff =1 ginjective g.

Lemma eq_can f' g' : cancel f f'f =1 gf' =1 g'cancel g g'.

Lemma inj_can_eq f' : cancel f f'injective f'cancel g f'f =1 g.

End InjectionsTheory.

Section Bijections.

Variables (A B : Type) (f : BA).

CoInductive bijective : Prop := Bijective g of cancel f g & cancel g f.

Hypothesis bijf : bijective.

Lemma bij_inj : injective f.

Lemma bij_can_sym f' : cancel f' f cancel f f'.

Lemma bij_can_eq f' f'' : cancel f f'cancel f f''f' =1 f''.

End Bijections.

Section BijectionsTheory.

Variables (A B C : Type) (f : BA) (h : CB).

Lemma eq_bij : bijective f g, f =1 gbijective g.

Lemma bij_comp : bijective fbijective hbijective (f \o h).

Lemma bij_can_bij : bijective f f', cancel f f'bijective f'.

End BijectionsTheory.

Section Involutions.

Variables (A : Type) (f : AA).

Definition involutive := cancel f f.

Hypothesis Hf : involutive.

Lemma inv_inj : injective f.
Lemma inv_bij : bijective f.

End Involutions.

Section OperationProperties.

Variables S T R : Type.

Section SopTisR.
Implicit Type op : STR.
Definition left_inverse e inv op := x, op (inv x) x = e.
Definition right_inverse e inv op := x, op x (inv x) = e.
Definition left_injective op := x, injective (op^~ x).
Definition right_injective op := y, injective (op y).
End SopTisR.

Section SopTisS.
Implicit Type op : STS.
Definition right_id e op := x, op x e = x.
Definition left_zero z op := x, op z x = z.
Definition right_commutative op := x y z, op (op x y) z = op (op x z) y.
Definition left_distributive op add :=
   x y z, op (add x y) z = add (op x z) (op y z).
Definition right_loop inv op := y, cancel (op^~ y) (op^~ (inv y)).
Definition rev_right_loop inv op := y, cancel (op^~ (inv y)) (op^~ y).
End SopTisS.

Section SopTisT.
Implicit Type op : STT.
Definition left_id e op := x, op e x = x.
Definition right_zero z op := x, op x z = z.
Definition left_commutative op := x y z, op x (op y z) = op y (op x z).
Definition right_distributive op add :=
   x y z, op x (add y z) = add (op x y) (op x z).
Definition left_loop inv op := x, cancel (op x) (op (inv x)).
Definition rev_left_loop inv op := x, cancel (op (inv x)) (op x).
End SopTisT.

Section SopSisT.
Implicit Type op : SST.
Definition self_inverse e op := x, op x x = e.
Definition commutative op := x y, op x y = op y x.
End SopSisT.

Section SopSisS.
Implicit Type op : SSS.
Definition idempotent op := x, op x x = x.
Definition associative op := x y z, op x (op y z) = op (op x y) z.
Definition interchange op1 op2 :=
   x y z t, op1 (op2 x y) (op2 z t) = op2 (op1 x z) (op1 y t).
End SopSisS.

End OperationProperties.