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Abstract interpretation and optimising transformations for applicative programs.
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Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Applicative Programs. (). Abstract interpretation of declarative languages. (). Abstract interpretation: A uniﬁed lattice model for static analysis of programs by construction or approximation of ﬁxpoints. (). Compilation by Transformation in non-strict functional Languages. Usage Counting Analysis for Lazy Functional Languages Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Applicative Programs, University of Edinburgh () Google Scholar. J. SchwarzVerifying the safe use of destrictive operations in applicative programs. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Programming () Cited by: 1.
BOULANGER, D. AND BRUYNOOGHE, M. Deriving unfold/fold transformations of logic programs using extended OLDT-based abstract interpretation. J. Symb. Comput. 15, Google Scholar; BOYLE, g. M. Lisp to Fortran--program transformation applied. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Program Transformation and Programming Environments. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Abstract interpretation 19 found (98 total) alternate case: abstract interpretation Wing Lung Bank ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article comprises approximately 1 million pieces of glass tile set in an abstract interpretation designed to reflect the nearby San Gabriel Mountains.
In this book we shall introduce four of the main approaches to program analysis: Data Flow Analysis, Control Flow Analysis, Abstract Interpretation, and Type and Effect Systems. Closures on CPOs Form Complete Lattices. Author links open overlay panel Francesco Ranzato. Show more. R. CousotAbstract interpretation: Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Applicative Programs, Univ. of Edinburgh, Edinburgh ()Cited by: 4.
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This thesis describes methods for transforming applicative programs with the aim of improving their efficiency. The general justification for these techniques is presented via the concept of abstract interpretation.
The work can be seen as providing mechanisms to optimise applicative programs for sequential von Neumann by: Abstract interpretation and optimising transformations for applicative programs. By Alan Mycroft. Abstract. This thesis describes methods for transforming applicative\ud programs with the aim of improving their efficiency.
The general\ud justification for these techniques is presented via the concept of\ud abstract interpretation. The work can Author: Alan Mycroft. MYCROFT, A. Abstract interpretation and optimising transformations for applicative programs.
Ph.D. thesis, CST/81, Univ. of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. Google Scholar; MYCROFT, A. Completeness and predicate-based abstract interpretation. In Proceedings of the A CM Symposium on Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation (PEPM Author: CortesiAgostino, FiléGilberto, RanzatoFrancesco, GiacobazziRoberto, PalamidessiCatuscia.
Abstract. Program transformation aims at producing efficient programs from lucid specifications or preliminary versions. Two classes of program transformations can be distinguished [Fea87].
The first class deals with automatic transformations. They are achieved mechanically and no external intervention is : Yamine Aït Ameur. Abstract.
Abstract interpretation is a very general framework for proving certain properties of programs. This is done by interpreting the symbols of the program, or the symbols of a denotational metalanguage translation, in two different ways (the standard interpretation and the abstract interpretation) and relating by: Partial Order Abstract Interpretation Program Transformation Standard Semantic Induction Principle These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: Data flow analysis of applicative programs using minimal function graphs.
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ct Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Applicative Programs. Phd. thesis, technical report cst, Dept Computer Science, University of Edinburgh, December Author: Clara Segura, Carmen Torrano.
Principles of Program Analysis: Abstract Interpretation Transparencies based on Chapter 4 of the book: Flemming Nielson, Hanne Riis Nielson and Chris Hankin: Principles of Program Analysis. Springer Verlag c Flemming Nielson & Hanne Riis Nielson & Chris Hankin. PPA Chapter 4 c n & Nielson & (Dec.
) 1. abstract interpretation of program transformations in some more detail: termination, soundness, and precision. 3 Challenge 1: Termination An abstract interpreter must terminate in finitely many steps, no matter what. That is, an abstract interpreter must be a computable function over the transformation.
Abstract. Intermediate data structures are widely used in functional programs. Programs which use these intermediate structures are usually a lot easier to understand, but they result in loss of efficiency Cited by: Program Transformation & Abstract Interpretation In semantics-based (oﬄine) program transformation,suchas: • constant propagation, • partial evaluation, • slicing, abstract interpretation is classically used in a preliminary program static analysis phase: • to collect the information about the program runtime be haviors, • and.
2 Abstract This thesis describes methods for transforming applicative programs with the aim of improving their efficiency. The general justification for these techniques is presented via the concept of abstract interpretation.
The work can be seen as providing mechanisms to optimise applicative programs for sequential von Neumann machines. The chapters address the following subjects. Mycroft, Abstract interpretation and optimising transformations for applicative programs, Ph.D.
Thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Edinburgh, Google Scholar Cited by: Mycroft, ‘‘Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Appli- cative’’, PhD thesis CST, Dept of Computer Science, University of Edin- burgh (December ).
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Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations of Applicative Programs. Ph.D. thesis, Edinburgh University, Available as computer science report CST Program transformations (such as partial evaluation) often require a static analysis of the source program, as formalized by abstract interpretation (e.g.).
Moreover, the transformation itself, from source to object programs, involves a loss of information on the original program or a limitation on the possible program behaviors.
Source-to-source optimizing transformations of Prolog programs based on abstract interpretation Article (PDF Available) December with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Abstract Interpretation and Optimising Transformations for Applicative Programs.
PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, Google Scholar; E. Nocker. Strictness analysis using abstract reduction. In Proceedings Conference on Functional Programming Languages and Computer Architectures (FPCA '93). ACM Press, Google Scholar.The design of correct semantics-based program transformations was illustrated using abstract interpretation on blocking code elimination.
The general idea to formalize program transformation Author: Patrick Cousot.This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation, VMCAIheld in Cascais, Portugal, in January The 27 full papers presented together with the abstracts of 3 invited keynote talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 62 submissions.