From The Twelf Project
We use the word type family to refer to the syntactic class of LF that classifies terms and is classified by kinds. The type families include the types of LF, which are dependent function types and type family constants that are fully applied to arguments. The type families also include partially applied type family constants. We refer to the arguments of a type family constant as the subjects or indices of the family.
The LF methodology specifies how object-language judgements are represented as LF type families.
 See also
- Read the introductions to Twelf to learn how to represent object-language entities as LF type families.
- Canonical forms
- Higher-order judgment
- Syntax (Object logic)
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