Trends in Functional Programming Volume 1

Edited by Hans-Wolfgang Loidl, Phil Trinder, and Greg Michaelson

Trends in Functional Programming Volume 1
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Edited by Hans-Wolfgang Loidl, Phil Trinder, and Greg Michaelson

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

256 pages | 7 x 9 | © 2000
Cloth $50.00 ISBN: 9781841500249 Published December 2000
Covers all aspects of functional programming, both theoretical and practical, to provide a coherent overview of research's most recent developments. This book features: language design, proof and transformation, semantics and models, implementation, applications, type systems, parallelismand distribution, performance modelling and profiling, education, real time and reactive programming, programming methodologies. The volume brings together many leading practitioners and contextualises their contributions through a substantial introduction, appropriate overviews and summaries, and a rich bibliography and index.
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