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X , then we say that C is a small constructor kind (or just a small constructor when there is no ambiguity) and denote it as small(C). ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, Vol. 27, No. 1, January 2005. A Type System for Certified Binaries • 41 Our inductive definitions reside in Kind, whereas a small constructor does not make universal quantification over objects of type Kind. Therefore, an inductive definition with small constructors is a predicative definition. While dealing with impredicative inductive definitions, we must forbid projections on universes equal to or bigger than the one inhabited by the definition.
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