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This paper describes CREC, a library of C functions for compiling and executing REC programs whose operators and predicates are provided by the caller. Given a C program with a menu-based interactive interface, REC can be added as a programming language to the user interface by assigning menu...
Higher--order π--calculus(HOπ)3.4.6 is a computation model with sufficient computation capability. It is suitable to describe the concurrency in computation. In this paper, the agent language NUML which is designed to describe DAI (distributed artificial intelligence) systems is presented; also...
This paper introduces the general-purpose object-oriented programming language Ellie which supports machine independent fine-grained objects and parallelism. As something particular, classes, types, blocks, and methods are abstracted by first class objects/citizens called Ellie objects. Ellie...
Constant propagation is a well-known data flow analysis problem. Constant propagation enables compiletime calculations and deletion of unreachable code. In this paper, constant propagation is generalized to allow propagation of a wider class of assertions. Along with equalities between variables...
Common implementations of first-class continuations for Scheme involve copying the continuation when it is captured, when it is invoked, or both. Standard ML of New Jersey, on the other hand, creates all continuation frames in the heap to begin with; this eliminates the copying required for...
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