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Note that if we replaced Person with a more conventional type person(name(string) × email(string) list × tel(string) option) (using sum, product, and ML-like list and option types, plus unary covariant constructors person, name, email, and tel) and Person2, analogously, with person((name(string) + email(string) + tel(string)) list) the conventional subtyping of sum and product types would not yield the inclusion above. In general, the subtype relation obtained from our definition is ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, Vol.
T+, standing for one or more repetitions of T, can be rewritten as (T,T*). Furthermore, T* itself can also be derived using recursion. That is, T* is equal to a type name X defined by the following equation: type X = T,X | () Note the similarity to the definition of list as a datatype in ML. ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems, Vol. 27, No. 1, January 2005. 52 • H. Hosoya et al. 5 Subtagging In XML processing, we sometimes encounter situations where we have to handle a large number of labels and it is convenient to organize them in a hierarchy, in the style of object-oriented languages.
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