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Functional and Logic Programming: 13th International by Oleg Kiselyov, Andy King

By Oleg Kiselyov, Andy King

This publication constitutes the lawsuits of the thirteenth foreign Symposium on practical and good judgment Programming, FLOPS 2016, held in Kochi, Japan, in March 2016.
The 14 papers awarded during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 36 submissions. They conceal the subsequent subject matters: sensible and good judgment programming; software transformation and re-writing; and extracting courses from proofs in their correctness.

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The first author would like to thank Peter Hancock for his patience in explaining the relation between interaction structures and the refinement calculus. The first author’s visit to Scotland was funded by the London Mathematical Society’s Scheme 7 grant. : Indexed containers. In: 24th Annual IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science, LICS 2009, pp. : Refinement concepts formalized in higher order logic. Formal Aspects Comput. : Refinement Calculus: Refinement Calculus. Texts in Computer Science. : Refinement concepts formalised in higher order logic.

To prove this lemma, we need to show that P ⊆ P and that the postcondition Q1 implies Q2 . The first proof is trivial; the second follows immediately from our hypothesis. Similarly, we can show that the refinement relation is both transitive and reflexive. These definitions by themselves are not very useful. Before we can perform any program derivation, we first need to fix our programming language. 4 The While Language In this paper, we will focus on deriving programs in the While programming language (Nielson et al.

5/Ssreflect. html 26. Ssreflect library: Tuple. html 27. : Hacker’s Delight. nl Abstract. The refinement calculus and type theory are both frameworks that support the specification and verification of programs. This paper presents an embedding of the refinement calculus in the interactive theorem prover Coq, clarifying the relation between the two. As a result, refinement calculations can be performed in Coq, enabling the semi-automatic calculation of formally verified programs from their specification.

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