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ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
Fast narrowing-driven partial evaluation for inductively sequential programs
Narrowing-driven partial evaluation is a powerful technique for the specialization of (first-order) functional and functional logic programs. However, although it gives good resu...
J. Guadalupe Ramos, Josep Silva, Germán Vid...
ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Toward a general theory of names: binding and scope
High-level formalisms for reasoning about names and binding such uijn indices, various flavors of higher-order abstract syntax, ry of Contexts, and nominal abstract syntax address...
James Cheney
ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Translating specifications from nominal logic to CIC with the theory of contexts
We study the relation between Nominal Logic and the Theory of Contexts, two approaches for specifying and reasoning about datatypes with binders. We consider a natural-deduction s...
Marino Miculan, Ivan Scagnetto, Furio Honsell
ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Types with semantics: soundness proof assistant
We present a parametric Hoare-like logic for computer-aided reasoning about typeable properties of functional programs. The logic is based on the concept of a specialised assertio...
Olha Shkaravska
ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
A unified category-theoretic formulation of typed binding signatures
We generalise Fiore et al's account of variable binding for untyped cartesian contexts and Tanaka's account of variable binding for untyped linear contexts to give an ac...
Miki Tanaka, John Power
ICFP
2005
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
A computational approach to reflective meta-reasoning about languages with bindings
We present a foundation for a computational meta-theory of languages with bindings implemented in a computer-aided formal reasoning environment. Our theory provides the ability to...
Aleksey Nogin, Alexei Kopylov, Xin Yu, Jason Hicke...
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