Trends in Functional Programming: 16th International by Manuel Serrano, Jurriaan Hage

By Manuel Serrano, Jurriaan Hage

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed revised chosen papers of the sixteenth foreign Symposium on tendencies in practical Programming, TFP 2015, held in Sophia Antipolis, France, in June 2015. The eight revised complete papers incorporated during this quantity have been conscientiously and chosen from 26 submissions. TFP is a world discussion board for researchers with pursuits in all features of useful programming, taking a huge view of present and destiny tendencies within the zone. It aspires to be a full of life setting for featuring the newest examine effects, and different contributions, defined in draft papers submitted ahead of the symposium.

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Com/reachtheory 36 J. Fowler and G. Huttom Using Agda brings a number of important benefits. First of all, it provides a guarantee that our results are correct. Secondly, it helped guide the development of our theory and proofs, resulting in a number of simplifications. For example, when translating our original formalisation into Agda we found that it contained a subtle error. The process of correcting the error also pointed towards a neater theory. In particular, our original lazy narrowing formulation kept the substitution as an environment, only replacing free variables when they were needed.

The basic functionality of the library is to provide a set of mappings which associate Java object references with their representation as Erlang data values. That is, whenever a Java object reference should be returned to the Erlang node, it is mapped to its Erlang representation (a tuple), and vice versa, when the Erlang node communicates a Java object reference represented as an Erlang value, it is mapped to a real Java object reference in the Java node. Object 2 Multiple methods can share the same name in Java, but must have differently typed arguments.

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