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

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

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ISBN-13: 9783319309361

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 by means of many of the many that understand Phil and feature been prompted by way of him. The learn papers integrated right here symbolize a few of the parts within which Phil has been energetic, and the editors thank their colleagues for agreeing to give a contribution to this Festschrift. we try to summarize Phil Wadler's clinical achievements. moreover, we describe the non-public sort and exuberance that Phil has dropped at the subject.

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Session typing relies on a substructural type system to assure session fidelity; however, Honda did not relate his types to the propositions of linear logic, and he relies on a self-dual type for closed channels. Kobayashi et al. (1996) give a linear, typed polyadic π-calculus, in which each channel must be used exactly once, and show how it can be used to encode serial uses, as in session types; they do not address choice or nondeterminism. Recent work by Caires and Pfenning (2010) and Wadler (2014), among others, has developed a propositions-as-types correspondence between session typing and linear logic.

MPC 2015. LNCS, vol. 9129, pp. 187–214. : Coalgebraic aspects of bidirectional computation. In: BX 2015, CEUR-WS, vol. 1396, pp. : Entangled state monads. : LGtk API correction. : Combinators for bidirectional tree transformations: a linguistic approach to the view-update problem. : Three complementary approaches to bidirectional programming. In: Gibbons, J. ) Generic and Indexed Programming. LNCS, vol. 7470, pp. 1–46. : Symmetric lenses. In: POPL, pp. 371–384. : Spans of lenses. : Composing monads.

If sp :: [A also well-behaved. mput L (b, c) = return (a, c). missing); return (a, b, c)} create R b However, smlens2span may not preserve well-behavedness even for simple monads such as Maybe, as the following counterexample illustrates. 11. Consider the following monadic symmetric lens construction: () fail :: [() ←→ ()]Maybe fail = SMLens Nothing Nothing () This is well-behaved but smlens2span fail is not. In fact, the set of consistent states of fail is empty, and each leg of the induced span is of the following form: failMLens :: MLens Maybe ∅ () failMLens = MLens (λ → ()) (λ () → Nothing) (λ → Nothing) which fails to satisfy (MGetPut).

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