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Higher-Order Narrowing

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Higher-Order Narrowing
Higher-order narrowing is a general method for higher-order equational reasoning and serves for instance as the foundation for the integration of functional and logic programming. We present several renements of higher-order lazy narrowing for convergent (terminating and con uent) term rewrite systems and their application to program transformation. The improvements of narrowing include a restriction of narrowing at variables, generalizing the rst-order case. Furthermore, functional evaluation via normalization is shown to be complete and a partial answer to the eager variable elimination problem is presented.
Christian Prehofer
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Year 1994
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Authors Christian Prehofer
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