By Guy L. Steele (auth.), Masami Hagiya, Philip Wadler (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the eighth overseas Symposium on useful and good judgment Programming, FLOPS 2006, held in Fuji-Susono, Japan, in April 2006.
The 17 revised complete papers provided including 2 invited contributions have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty one submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on facts varieties, FP extensions, sort conception, LP extensions, research, contracts, in addition to net and GUI.
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A judgement has a structure of its own, described 38 A. D. Swierstra by a scheme. A scheme plays the same role in rules as a type does for an expression in our example term language. In our example, we want to specify a judgement for terms (expressions). int = view E = -- no premises − judge R : expr = gam int : Ty Int We first examine the scheme definition in detail, and then the ruleset definition for the type rules themselves. "e" forms a single operator in which the dot notation expresses subscripting and superscripting when pretty printed; the part after the first dot is used as a subscript, the part after the second dot as a superscript.
The basics: judgement schemes. A typing rule consists of judgements describing the conclusion and premises of the rule. A judgement has a structure of its own, described 38 A. D. Swierstra by a scheme. A scheme plays the same role in rules as a type does for an expression in our example term language. In our example, we want to specify a judgement for terms (expressions). int = view E = -- no premises − judge R : expr = gam int : Ty Int We first examine the scheme definition in detail, and then the ruleset definition for the type rules themselves.