Questions tagged [higher-inductive-types]

Higher inductive types (HITs) are a generalization of inductive types which allow the constructors to produce, not just points of the type being defined, but also elements of its iterated identity types.

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What should we return when pattern matching on a Path constructor?

Context: Cubical Type Theory Consider a simple HIT, say, an HitInt: ...