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Idea

Simplicial type theory (Riehl & Shulman 2017, §3) is a homotopy type theory which introduces additional non-fibrant layers on top of Martin-Löf type theory to provide a logical calculus for a directed interval type and with it for geometric shapes, consisting of cube judgments, tope judgments, inequality topes, extension types, Segal space-types, Rezk complete-types, and covariant fibrations.

References

• Emily Riehl, Michael Shulman, A type theory for synthetic $\infty$-categories $[$arXiv:1705.07442$]$

• Jonathan Weinberger, A Synthetic Perspective on $(\infty,1)$-Category Theory: Fibrational and Semantic Aspects $[$arXiv:2202.13132$]$

• Jonathan Weinberger, Strict stability of extension types $[$arXiv:2203.07194$]$

A proof assistant implementing simplicial type theory:

• rzk

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