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The theory and calculus of aliasing

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The theory and calculus of aliasing
A theory, graphical notation, mathematical calculus and implementation for finding whether two given expressions can, at execution time, denote references attached to the same object. Intended as the basis for a comprehensive solution to the "frame problem" and as an alternative (for the specific issue of determining aliases) to separation logic, shape analysis, ownership types and dynamic frames. 1 Dynamic aliasing You have, most certainly, read Homer. I have not (too much blood), but then I listen to Offenbach a lot, so we share some knowledge: we both understand that "the beautiful daughter of Leda and the swan", "poor Menelaus's spouse" and "P
Bertrand Meyer
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Bertrand Meyer
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