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Interoperability is big business, a fact to which .NET, the JVM, and COM can attest. Language designers are well aware of this, and they are designing programming languages that reflect it—for instance, SML.NET, F#, Mondrian, and Scala all treat interoperability as a central design feature....
In the design phase of software development, the designer must make many fundamental design decisions concerning the architecture of the system. Incorrect decisions are relatively easy and inexpensive to fix if caught during the design process, but the difficulty and cost rise significantly if...
This article explains how to construct a ranking function for any program that is proved terminating by size-change analysis . The “principle of size-change termination” for a first-order functional language with well-ordered data is intuitive: A program terminates on all inputs, if every...
We investigate proof rules for information hiding, using the formalism of separation logic. In essence, we use the separating conjunction to partition the internal resources of a module from those accessed by the module's clients. The use of a logical connective gives rise to a form of dynamic...
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