By Michael Codish (auth.), Tom Schrijvers, Peter Thiemann (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the eleventh foreign Symposium on useful and good judgment Programming, FLOPS 2012, held in Kobe, Japan, in may well 2012. the nineteen learn papers and three approach demonstrations awarded during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 39 submissions. They care for declarative programming, together with sensible programming and good judgment programming.
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Starting from the bigstep interpreter, in each phase, the case analysis is lifted out so that the interpreter becomes a set of one-argument functions on the active expression that produce a function accepting the passive expression as an extra parameter. M. Ariola et al. c e t = λτ. c t E = c c [E/α] V t E=E V α E V =αV E V = λτ. λτ. t μ ˜[x]. V F τ τ [x = t] τ V F = λτ. E V ]τ )) τ Fig. 2. Continuation and environment passing style transform for λ[lvτ ∗] interpreter as they become available. The partial evaluation of the interpreter with only the active argument becomes a continuation waiting for the passive counterpart.
Theorem 6. If cτ [lv∗] c τ then c τ =βη c τ . Store-Based CPS. Another approach to deriving a CPS for a classical callby-need calculus is to extend the CPS given by Okasaki et al.  with control operators. We do so by adding the operators μ and “bracket” from Parigot’s λμcalculus  for respectively capturing and re-installing an evaluation context. This extension corresponds to applying a store passing transformation to the transformation given in Figure 3. The natural extension of the delay and force CPS results in a diﬀerent semantics than the one in Figure 2.
X||α )||α ||˜ μ[a]. a||fst · μ ˜[f ]. f ||q · (I, I) · tp [q = μδ. a||snd · δ ][f = μβ. a||fst · β ][a = μα. μ . μ . x||α )||α [q = μδ. a||snd · δ ][f = μβ. a||fst · β ][a = μα. μ . x||α )||α ] where α = μ ˜ [a]. a||fst · μ ˜[f ]. f ||q · (I, I) · tp → → q||(I, I) · tp [q = μδ. μ . μ . μ . μ . μ . x||α ][f = I][a = (I, I)] where α = μ ˜ [a]. a||fst · μ ˜[f ]. f ||q · (I, I) · tp →... M. Ariola et al. We saw that using the multicut calculus λ[lv τ ] , the program produces (I, I)||tp as a result — every time the continuation α is invoked, both f and q are reverted to their unevaluated states.