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In  [Dahl92], a type T is characterized as a tuple specifying the set of elements constituting the type T and the collection of functions related to the type T. Since constants may be regarded as zero-ary functions (having no arguments), we will speak of a signature %S or %S_T defining a particular type T. Also, in accord with common parlance, we will speak of the sorts s \e %S, which are the sorts (or types) occurring in the declaration of the functions in %S.
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