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header{*\isaheader{Fold\_ZF.thy}*}

theory Fold_ZF imports InductiveSeq_ZF

begin

text{*Suppose we have a binary operation $P: X\times X \rightarrow X$ written

multiplicatively as $P\langle x, y \rangle= x\cdot y$.

In informal mathematics we can take a sequence $\{ x_k \}_{k\in 0.. n}$

of elements of $X$ and consider the product

$x_0\cdot x_1 \cdot .. \cdot x_n$. To do the same thing in formalized

mathematics we have to define precisely what is meant by that

"$\cdot .. \cdot$". The definitition we want to use is based on the

notion of sequence defined by induction discussed in

@{text "InductiveSeq_ZF"}. We don't really want to derive the terminology

for this from the word "product" as that would tie it conceptually

to the multiplicative notation. This would be awkward when we want to reuse

the same notions to talk about sums like $x_0 + x_1 + .. + x_n$.

In functional programming there is something called "fold".

Namely for a function $f$, initial point $a$ and list

$\left[ b, c, d\right]$

the expression @{text "fold(f, a, [b,c,d])"} is defined to be

@{text "f(f(f(a,b),c),d)"} (in Haskell something like this is called

@{text "foldl"}). If we write $f$ in multiplicative notation we get

$a\cdot b \cdot c\cdot d$, so this is exactly what we need.

The notion of folds in functional programming

is actually much more general that what we need here

(not that I know anything about that). In this theory file we just make

a slight generalization and talk about folding a list with a binary

operation $f:X\times Y \rightarrow X$ with $X$ not necessarily the same as

$Y$. *}

section{*Folding in ZF*}

text{*Suppose we have a binary operation $f : X\times Y \rightarrow X$.

Then every $y\in Y$ defines a transformation of $X$ defined by

$T_y(x) = f\langle x,y\rangle$. In IsarMathLib such transformation is called

as @{text "Fix2ndVar(f,y)"}. Using this notion,

given a function $f: X\times Y\rightarrow X$ and a sequence

$y = \{y_k\}_{k\in N}$ of elements of $X$

we can get a sequence of transformations of $X$.

This is defined in @{text "Seq2TransSeq"} below.

Then we use that sequence of tranformations to define the sequence

of partial folds (called @{text "FoldSeq"}) by means of

@{text "InductiveSeqVarFN"} (defined in @{text "InductiveSeq_ZF"} theory)

which implements the inductive sequence determined by a starting point

and a sequence of transformations. Finally, we define the fold of a

sequence as the last element of the sequence of the partial folds.*}

text{*Definition that specifies how to convert a sequence $a$

of elements of $Y$ into a sequence of transformations of $X$, given a binary operation

$f :X\times Y \rightarrow X$. *}

definition

"Seq2TrSeq(f,a) ≡ {⟨k,Fix2ndVar(f,a`(k))⟩. k ∈ domain(a)}"

text{*Definition of a sequence of partial folds.*}

definition

"FoldSeq(f,x,a) ≡

InductiveSeqVarFN(x,fstdom(f),Seq2TrSeq(f,a),domain(a))"

text{*Definition of a fold. *}

definition

"Fold(f,x,a) ≡ Last(FoldSeq(f,x,a))"

text{*If $X$ is a set with a binary operation $f:X\times Y \rightarrow X$ then

@{text "Seq2TransSeqN(f,a)"} converts a sequence $a$ of elements of $Y$

into the sequence of corresponding transformations of $X$.*}

lemma seq2trans_seq_props:

assumes A1: "n ∈ nat" and A2: "f : X×Y -> X" and A3: "a:n->Y" and

A4: "T = Seq2TrSeq(f,a)"

shows

"T : n -> (X->X)" and

"∀k∈n. ∀x∈X. (T`(k))`(x) = f`⟨x,a`(k)⟩"

proof -

from `a:n->Y` have D: "domain(a) = n" using func1_1_L1 by simp;

with A2 A3 A4 show "T : n -> (X->X)"

using apply_funtype fix_2nd_var_fun ZF_fun_from_total Seq2TrSeq_def

by simp;

with A4 D have I: "∀k ∈ n. T`(k) = Fix2ndVar(f,a`(k))"

using Seq2TrSeq_def ZF_fun_from_tot_val0 by simp;

{ fix k fix x assume A5: "k∈n" "x∈X"

with A1 A3 have "a`(k) ∈ Y" using apply_funtype

by auto;

with A2 A5 I have "(T`(k))`(x) = f`⟨x,a`(k)⟩"

using fix_var_val by simp;

} thus "∀k∈n. ∀x∈X. (T`(k))`(x) = f`⟨x,a`(k)⟩"

by simp;

qed;

text{*Basic properties of the sequence of partial folds of a sequence

$a = \{y_k\}_{k\in \{0,..,n\} }$.*}

theorem fold_seq_props:

assumes A1: "n ∈ nat" and A2: "f : X×Y -> X" and

A3: "y:n->Y" and A4: "x∈X" and A5: "Y≠0" and

A6: "F = FoldSeq(f,x,y)"

shows

"F: succ(n) -> X"

"F`(0) = x" and

"∀k∈n. F`(succ(k)) = f`⟨F`(k), y`(k)⟩"

proof -

let ?T = "Seq2TrSeq(f,y)"

from A1 A3 have D: "domain(y) = n"

using func1_1_L1 by simp;

from `f : X×Y -> X` `Y≠0` have I: "fstdom(f) = X"

using fstdomdef by simp

with A1 A2 A3 A4 A6 D show

II: "F: succ(n) -> X" and "F`(0) = x"

using seq2trans_seq_props FoldSeq_def fin_indseq_var_f_props

by auto;

from A1 A2 A3 A4 A6 I D have "∀k∈n. F`(succ(k)) = ?T`(k)`(F`(k))"

using seq2trans_seq_props FoldSeq_def fin_indseq_var_f_props

by simp;

moreover

{ fix k assume A5: "k∈n" hence "k ∈ succ(n)" by auto;

with A1 A2 A3 II A5 have "(?T`(k))`(F`(k)) = f`⟨F`(k),y`(k)⟩"

using apply_funtype seq2trans_seq_props by simp }

ultimately show "∀k∈n. F`(succ(k)) = f`⟨F`(k), y`(k)⟩"

by simp;

qed;

text{*A consistency condition: if we make the list shorter, then we get a shorter

sequence of partial folds with the same values as in the original sequence.

This can be proven as a special case of @{text "fin_indseq_var_f_restrict"}

but a proof using @{text "fold_seq_props"} and induction turns out to be

shorter.*}

lemma foldseq_restrict: assumes

"n ∈ nat" "k ∈ succ(n)" and

"i ∈ nat" "f : X×Y -> X" "a : n -> Y" "b : i -> Y" and

"n ⊆ i" "∀j ∈ n. b`(j) = a`(j)" "x ∈ X" "Y ≠ 0"

shows "FoldSeq(f,x,b)`(k) = FoldSeq(f,x,a)`(k)"

proof -

let ?P = "FoldSeq(f,x,a)"

let ?Q = "FoldSeq(f,x,b)"

from assms have

"n ∈ nat" "k ∈ succ(n)"

"?Q`(0) = ?P`(0)" and

"∀j ∈ n. ?Q`(j) = ?P`(j) --> ?Q`(succ(j)) = ?P`(succ(j))"

using fold_seq_props by auto;

then show "?Q`(k) = ?P`(k)" by (rule fin_nat_ind)

qed;

text{*A special case of @{text "foldseq_restrict"} when the longer

sequence is created from the shorter one by appending

one element.*}

corollary fold_seq_append:

assumes "n ∈ nat" "f : X×Y -> X" "a:n -> Y" and

"x∈X" "k ∈ succ(n)" "y∈Y"

shows "FoldSeq(f,x,Append(a,y))`(k) = FoldSeq(f,x,a)`(k)"

proof -

let ?b = "Append(a,y)"

from assms have "?b : succ(n) -> Y" "∀j ∈ n. ?b`(j) = a`(j)"

using append_props by auto;

with assms show ?thesis using foldseq_restrict by blast;

qed;

text{*What we really will be using is the notion of the fold

of a sequence, which we define as the last element of

(inductively defined) sequence of partial folds. The next theorem

lists some properties of the product of the fold operation.*}

theorem fold_props:

assumes A1: "n ∈ nat" and

A2: "f : X×Y -> X" "a:n -> Y" "x∈X" "Y≠0"

shows

"Fold(f,x,a) = FoldSeq(f,x,a)`(n)" and

"Fold(f,x,a) ∈ X"

proof -

from assms have " FoldSeq(f,x,a) : succ(n) -> X"

using fold_seq_props by simp;

with A1 show

"Fold(f,x,a) = FoldSeq(f,x,a)`(n)" and "Fold(f,x,a) ∈ X"

using last_seq_elem apply_funtype Fold_def by auto;

qed;

text{*A corner case: what happens when we fold an empty list?*}

theorem fold_empty: assumes A1: "f : X×Y -> X" and

A2: "a:0->Y" "x∈X" "Y≠0"

shows "Fold(f,x,a) = x"

proof -

let ?F = "FoldSeq(f,x,a)"

from assms have I:

"0 ∈ nat" "f : X×Y -> X" "a:0->Y" "x∈X" "Y≠0"

by auto

then have "Fold(f,x,a) = ?F`(0)" by (rule fold_props);

moreover

from I have

"0 ∈ nat" "f : X×Y -> X" "a:0->Y" "x∈X" "Y≠0" and

"?F = FoldSeq(f,x,a)" by auto

then have "?F`(0) = x" by (rule fold_seq_props);

ultimately show "Fold(f,x,a) = x" by simp;

qed;

text{*The next theorem tells us what happens to the fold of a sequence

when we add one more element to it.*}

theorem fold_append:

assumes A1: "n ∈ nat" and A2: "f : X×Y -> X" and

A3: "a:n->Y" and A4: "x∈X" and A5: "y∈Y"

shows

"FoldSeq(f,x,Append(a,y))`(n) = Fold(f,x,a)" and

"Fold(f,x,Append(a,y)) = f`⟨Fold(f,x,a), y⟩"

proof -

let ?b = "Append(a,y)"

let ?P = "FoldSeq(f,x,?b)"

from A5 have I: "Y ≠ 0" by auto

with assms show thesis1: "?P`(n) = Fold(f,x,a)"

using fold_seq_append fold_props by simp;

from assms I have II:

"succ(n) ∈ nat" "f : X×Y -> X"

"?b : succ(n) -> Y" "x∈X" "Y ≠ 0"

"?P = FoldSeq(f,x,?b)"

using append_props by auto;

then have

"∀k ∈ succ(n). ?P`(succ(k)) = f`⟨?P`(k), ?b`(k)⟩"

by (rule fold_seq_props);

with A3 A5 thesis1 have "?P`(succ(n)) = f`⟨ Fold(f,x,a), y⟩"

using append_props by auto;

moreover

from II have "?P : succ(succ(n)) -> X"

by (rule fold_seq_props);

then have "Fold(f,x,?b) = ?P`(succ(n))"

using last_seq_elem Fold_def by simp;

ultimately show "Fold(f,x,Append(a,y)) = f`⟨Fold(f,x,a), y⟩"

by simp;

qed;

end