Description : This book is the proceedings of a conference on functional programming. Topics include type inference, novel ways to exploit type information, partial evaluation, handling states in functional languages, and high-performance implementations.
Description : The Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages - Object Models and Languages (DBPL-4) took place in Manhattan, New York City, 30 August-1 September 1993. The areas of interest and the format of DBPL-4 focused on the integration of programming languages, object models, type systems and database systems. As in the previous DBPL workshops, the setting was informal, allowing the participants to actively discuss and argue about the ideas presented in the talks. The comments and remarks made by the participants during and after the presentations were taken into account in the preparation of the final versions of the papers. The result, we believe, is a set of excellent papers. The DBPL sequence is closely related to the sequence of International Workshops on Persistent Object Systems (POS), first started in 1985. While the DBPL workshops focus on language and model issues, the POS workshops have focused on implementation issues; thus the two sequences complement each other. Many researchers participate in both workshop series. The eight sessions of the technical program of DBPL-4 were as follows: 1. Bulk types and their query languages (two sessions). 2. Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.
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Description : The proceedings of the fourth Vienna Development MethodSymposium, VDM'91, are published here in two volumes.Previous VDM symposia were held in 1987 (LNCS 252), 1988(LNCS 328), and 1990 (LNCS 428).The VDM symposia have been organized by VDM Europe, formedin 1985 as an advisory board sponsored by the Commission ofthe European Communities. The VDM Europe working groupconsisted of researchers, software engineers, andprogrammers, allinterested in promoting the industrialusage of formal methods for software development. The fourthVDM symposium presented not only VDM but also a large numberof other methods for formal software development.Volume 1 contains conference contributions. It has fourparts: contributions of invited speakers, papers, projectreports, and tools demonstration abstracts. The emphasis ison methods and calculi for development, verification andverification tools support, experiences from doingdevelopments, and the associated theoretical problems.Volume 2 contains four introductory tutorials (on LARCH,Refinement Calculus, VDM, and RAISE) and four advancedtutorials (on ABEL, PROSPECTRA, The B Method, and TheStack). They present a comprehensive account of the state oftheart.
Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Generative Programming and Component Engineering, GPCE 2005, held in Tallinn, Estonia, in September/October 2005. The 25 revised full papers presented together with 2 tool demonstration papers were carefully selected from 86 initial submissions following a round of reviewing and improvement. The papers, which include three full invited papers, are organized in topical sections on aspect-oriented programming, component engineering and templates, demonstrations, domain-specific languages, generative techniques, generic programming, meta-programming and transformation, and multi-stage programming.
Description : This text on high-performance computing includes coverage of the topics: applications; I/O and compilers; scientific computing; data and file management; interconnection networks; compilers; image and signal processing; distributed systems; algorithms; architecture; and parallel programming.