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We reformulate the Korf-Eppstein method for automatic inversion of first-order functional programs using a structural operational semantics and compare it with the program inversion method described by Gries. We analyze the method and suggest possible extensions. The method is noteworthy in that...
This paper explores some ideas concerning the time-analysis of functional programs defined by instantiating typical recursion patterns such as folds, unfolds , and hylomorphisms. The concepts in this paper are illustrated through a rich set of examples in the Haskell programming language. We...
The non-executable language T belongs to the class of open languages initially defined in Sunik 1,2. Open languages are artificial human languages with the grammar of OO programming languages. Similar to a natural language, an open language is not confined to any particular representation domain...
One of the needs of the computer science community is a simple, clear and generally accepted method of defining programming language semantics. Towards this end, the author presents a new approach to operational semantics based on binding, which is dubbed relational semantics. By grouping bound...
The need for multimethods is preeminent in the domain of object-oriented programming. However, multimethods are far from universally acknowledged. Commonly used languages - C++, Java & C# - are single dispatching languages. In this paper, we demonstrate the alternatives for multimethods in such...
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