Formalization of Programming Concepts: International Colloquium, Peniscola, Spain, April 19-25, 1981. Proceedings by J. DiazFormalization of Programming Concepts: International Colloquium, Peniscola, Spain, April 19-25, 1981. Proceedings by J. Diaz

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Title:Formalization of Programming Concepts: International Colloquium, Peniscola, Spain, April 19-25…Format:PaperbackDimensions:488 pages, 9.84 × 6.69 × 0.68 inPublished:April 1, 1981Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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The algebra of functional programs: Function level reasoning, linear equations, and extended definitions.- The VDM principles of software specification & program design.- Attribute grammars : Theory and applications.- Compiler generation from formal definition of programming languages : A survey.- Formal behavioural specification of concurrent systems without globality assumptions.- A birkhoff-like theorem for algebraic classes of interpretations of program schemes.- Building data base management systems through formal specification.- Reducing types in applicative languages with structured data.- On the definition of lambda-calculus models.- About data type genericity.- On the algebraic extensions of abstract data types.- Scenarios: A model of non-determinate computation.- An operational semantics for a language with early completion data structures.- Le calcul des fermetures dans les lambda-langages.- Distributed termination with interval assertions.- Algebraic denotational semantics using parameterized abstract modules.- Relational semantics of strongly communicating sequential processes.- A construction of concurrent systems by means of sequential solutions and concurrency relations.- The development of an interpreter by means of abstract algebraic software specifications.- A formal model of an interpreter for nonprocedural languages.- Proof theoretic methodology for propositional dynamic logic.- FP systems in edinburgh LCF.- A proposal for operational semantics and equivalence of finite asynchronous processes.- An extension to horn clause logic allowing the definition of concurrent processes.- A semantic algebra for binding constructs.- On the representation of data types.- An approach to communications and parallelism in applicative languages.- Using least fixed points to characterize formal computations of non-deterministic equations.- Formal representations for recursively defined functional programs.- Petri nets and concurrency-like relations.