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An inductively defined set is a term algebra if we have for every constructor f of this set
i.e., different arguments are mapped to different results.
forall x, y: f(x) = f(y) => x = y
Furthermore, for all constructors f and g
i.e., different constructors yield different results.
forall x, y: f(x) != g(y)