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4. Theorem. If M → →βδ N and N is in βδ-nf, then M → → βδ N. Proof. 22). 5. Example. One of the first versions of a δ-rule is in Church (1941). Here X is the set of all closed normal forms and for M, N ∈ X we have δC M N → true, if M ≡ N ; δC M N → false, if M ≡ N . Another possible set of δ-rules is for the Booleans. 6. Example. The following constants are selected in C. true , false , not , and , ite (for if then else). The following δ-rules are introduced. x). It follows that ite true x y → → x, ite false x y → → y.
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