A List of Successes That Can Change the World: Essays by Sam Lindley, Conor McBride, Phil Trinder, Don Sannella

By Sam Lindley, Conor McBride, Phil Trinder, Don Sannella

This quantity is released in Honor of Philip Wadler at the party of his sixtieth birthday, and the gathering of papers shape a Festschrift for him. The contributions are made via many of the many that comprehend Phil and feature been stimulated through him. The learn papers integrated right here symbolize a number of the parts during which Phil has been energetic, and the editors thank their colleagues for agreeing to give a contribution to this Festschrift. we strive to summarize Phil Wadler's clinical achievements. additionally, we describe the private type and exuberance that Phil has dropped at the subject.

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Springer, Heidelberg (1995) Conflation Confers Concurrency Robert Atkey2(B) , Sam Lindley1 , and J. uk Abstract. Session types provide a static guarantee that concurrent programs respect communication protocols. Recent work has explored a correspondence between proof rules and cut reduction in linear logic and typing and evaluation of process calculi. This paper considers two approaches to extend logically-founded process calculi. First, we consider extensions of the process calculus to more closely resemble πcalculus.

They did not explicitly address the question of whether this implication is strict. However, there Reflections on Monadic Lenses 17 are some differences between their presentation and ours; the most important difference is the fact that we assume lenses to be equipped with a create function, while they consider lenses without create functions but sometimes consider spans of lenses to be “pointed”, or equipped with designated initial state values. Likewise, Abou-Saleh et al. e. sets equipped with designated initial values).

2). We recall Wadler’s CP calculus (Sect. 3). We then describe the conflation of the various dual types and their consequences (Sect. 4). Finally, we conclude with a discussion of future work and open questions (Sect. 5). 2 Background Unlike the propositions of intuitionistic logic, linear logic propositions are finite resources—the assumptions of a proof must each be used exactly once in the course of the proof. When he introduced linear logic, Girard (1987) suggested that it might be suited to reasoning about parallelism.

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