Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics: 3rd Workshop Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, April 8–10, 1987 Proceedings
Michael Main, Austin Melton, Michael Mislove, David Schmidt
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 9, 1988 - Mathematics - 640 pages
This volume is the proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on the Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics held at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 8-10, 1987. The 1st Workshop was at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas in April, 1985 (see LNCS 239), and the 2nd Workshop with a limited number of participants was at Kansas State in April, 1986. It was the intention of the organizers that the 3rd Workshop survey as many areas of the Mathematical Foundations of Programming Language Semantics as reasonably possible. The Workshop attracted 49 submitted papers, from which 28 papers were chosen for presentation. The papers ranged in subject from category theory and Lambda-calculus to the structure theory of domains and power domains, to implementation issues surrounding semantics.
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