Tapsoft '87: Proceedings Of The International Joint Conference On Theory And Practice Of Software Development, Pisa, Italy, March 1987: Volume 1: Adva by Hartmut EhrigTapsoft '87: Proceedings Of The International Joint Conference On Theory And Practice Of Software Development, Pisa, Italy, March 1987: Volume 1: Adva by Hartmut Ehrig

Tapsoft '87: Proceedings Of The International Joint Conference On Theory And Practice Of Software…

EditorHartmut Ehrig, Robert Kowalski, Giorgio Levi

Paperback | February 27, 1987

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Title:Tapsoft '87: Proceedings Of The International Joint Conference On Theory And Practice Of Software…Format:PaperbackDimensions:9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:February 27, 1987Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

On the complexity of branching programs and decision trees for clique functions.- Average complexity of additive properties for multiway tries: A unified approach.- Longest common factor of two words.- An unification semi-algorithm for intersection type schemes.- Optimal run time optimization proved by a new look at abstract interpretations.- Transformation ordering.- On parametric algebraic specifications with clean error handling.- Toward formal development of programs from algebraic specifications: Implementations revisited.- Finite algebraic specifications of semicomputable data types.- On the semantics of concurrency: Partial orders and transition systems.- CCS without ?'s.- A fully observational model for infinite behaviours of communicating systems.- SMoLCS-driven concurrent calculi.- Parameterized horn clause specifications: Proof theory and correctness.- Partial composition and recursion of module specifications.- Efficient representation of taxonomies.- Applications of compactness in the Smyth powerdomain of streams.- Characterizing Kripke structures in temporal logic.- Dialogue with a proof system.- Induction principles formalized in the calculus of constructions.- Algebraic semantics.