Known to compile with Coq 8.5.
Proofs that certain structures form categories.
Definitions of abstract interfaces/structures.
Definitions of concrete data structures and algorithms, and proofs that they are instances of certain structures (i.e. implement certain interfaces).
Theory about orders on different structures.
Prototype implementation of type class based quoting. To be integrated.
Proofs of properties of structures.
Proofs that certain structures are varieties, and translation to/from type classes dedicated to these structures (defined in interfaces/).
The reason we treat categories and varieties differently from other structures (like groups and rings) is that they are like meta-interfaces whose implementations are not concrete data structures and algorithms but are themselves abstract structures.
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