ESOP '90: 3rd European Symposium on Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 15-18, 1990, Proceedings by Neil JonesESOP '90: 3rd European Symposium on Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 15-18, 1990, Proceedings by Neil Jones

ESOP '90: 3rd European Symposium on Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 15-18, 1990, Proceedings

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Paperback | April 25, 1990

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This volume presents the proceedings of a conference on programming and programming languages. It contains original research contributions addressing fundamental issues and important developments in the design, specification and implementation of programming languages and systems. Topics include: - Program development: specification, methodology, tools, environments; - Programming language concepts: types, data abstraction, parallelism, real-time; - Language implementation techniques: compilers, interpreters, abstract machine design, optimization; - Programs as data objects: abstract interpretation, program transformation, partial evaluation; - Programming styles: imperative, functional, predicative, object-oriented.
Title:ESOP '90: 3rd European Symposium on Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 15-18, 1990, ProceedingsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:450 pagesPublished:April 25, 1990Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540525920

ISBN - 13:9783540525929

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Table of Contents

Types in lambda calculi and programming languages.- Symbolic finite differencing - Part I.- Implementation of an interpreter for a parallel language in centaur.- Automatic autoprojection of higher order recursive equations.- From interpreting to compiling binding times.- Implementing finite-domain constraint logic programming on top of a PROLOG-system with delay-mechanism.- Type inference for action semantics.- On the expressive power of programming languages.- Higher order escape analysis: Optimizing stack allocation in functional program implementations.- Development of concurrent systems by incremental transformation.- Set domains.- Resolution and Type Theory.- A syntactic theory of transparent parameterization.- A backwards analysis for compile-time garbage collection.- Techniques for improving grammar Flow Analysis.- The specificity rule for lazy pattern-matching in ambiguous term rewrite systems.- Graph-based implementation of a functional logic language.- Eureka definitions for free! or Disagreement points for fold/unfold transformations.- Synthesis of eureka predicates for developing logic programs.- Algebraic properties of program integration.- Arity raiser and its use in program specialization.- Complexity analysis for a lazy higher-order language.- On the weak adequacy of branching-time temporal logic.- The value flow graph: A program representation for optimal program transformations.- Type inference and implicit scaling.- Towards the theory of programming in constructive logic.