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FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

1989
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International Journal of Rehabilitation Research
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It is well known that the full reduction tree for any term of the typed 2-calculus is finite. However, it is not obvious how a reasonable estimate for its height might be obtained. Here we note that the head reduction tree has the property that the number of its nodes with conversions bounds the length of any reduction sequence*. The height of that tree, and hence also the number of its nodes, can be estimated using a technique due to Howard [31 which in turn is based on work of Sanchis [4] and

doi:10.1097/00004356-198912000-00006
fatcat:gahqv3z5nzbofetb3bg6dxew4i