# Questions tagged [cubical-type-theory]

Cubical type theory is a version of homotopy type theory in which univalence is not just an axiom but a theorem, hence, since this is constructive, has “computational content”. Cubical type theory models the infinity-groupoid-structure implied by Martin-Löf identity types on constructive cubical sets, whence the name.

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### Minimal cubical type theory to do coercion

There are a lot of different versions of cubical type theory and a lot of constructs are introduced: intervals, paths, faces, lines, coe, hcom, v-types, glue-types, com, fcom, ghcom, gcom, box and cap....
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### Is cubical type theory still consistent with univalent excluded middle and univalent choice?

I want to formalize some undergraduate maths in cubical agda, and learning cubical type theory in the proccess. The problem is that I will need univalent excluded middle and univalent choice (and ...
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### What does canonicity property mean in Type Theory?

The "Computational Component" section of the Type Theory - Wikipedia (as well as a few papers about cubical type theory and 2d type theory) talk about canonicity property. Would you please explain ...
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### Propositional truncation of excluded middle

It is clear to me that it should be impossible to prove : exclMidl = isProp A → ((A) ⊎ (¬ A)) Because it would give deciding oracle for every Proposition. My ...
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### Reversing an application of sym to ua and isoToEquiv in cubical type theory

I am proving a kind of structure invariance principle for magmas in Cubical Type Theory with the Agda/Cubical library. This is done by constructing a path between two simple magmas and then ...
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### What does “Kan” mean in “Kan operations”?

I'm studying Cubical Type Theory and I see the word "Kan operations" (ref1, ref2, ref3, and there are many more), which is related to "adding a cap to a tube" (can be also explained as "given a path ...