1 edition of Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Ernest G. Manes, Michael A. Arbib|
|Series||Texts and Monographs in Computer Science, The AKM Series in Theoretical Computer Science, Texts and Monographs in Computer Science, The AKM Series in Theoretical Computer Science|
|Contributions||Arbib, Michael A.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.9.L63, QA76.5913, QA76.63|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (351p.)|
|Number of Pages||351|
|ISBN 10||1461293774, 1461249627|
|ISBN 10||9781461293774, 9781461249627|
Algebraic Semantics of Imperative Programs, Joseph Goguen, MIT Press, , X, , pages. Algebraic Semantics of Imperative Programs presents a self-contained and novel"executable" introduction to formal reasoning about imperative programs. The authors'. The splitting of the book into three parts was logically determined by the algebraic approach followed by the author. Part 1 of the book is dedicated to the study of finite processes. As the author notes on the bottom of p the EPL studied in this part is “nothing more than a word algebra over a [finite] set of combinators,” that is.
The following are about program verification from the software engineering point of view. For a view towards using verification techniques for programming language semantics, see underF Algebraic approaches to semantics about predicate transformer semantics. Undergraduate The following are good introductions. Barbara Liskov and John Guttag. The book can be logically divided into three major components: (1) a general introduction, which includes the introduction and chapters 1 and 2; (2) a discussion of applications of denotational semantics, which includes chapters 4 and 5 and 7 through 10; and (3) the coverage of domain theory, which includes chapters 3, 6, 11, and
In the algebraic case, initial algebra semantics pioneered by Joseph Goguen is the preferred approach (see, for example, [32,31]), but other approaches, based on loose semantics or on ﬁnal algebras, are also possible. Strong points of algebraic denotational semantics include: (1) it is a model-Cited by: This book is a novel self-contained executable introduction to formal reasoning about imperative programs, and can be used as a text for a standard course on the semantics of imperative programs. Its primary goal is to improve programming ability by improving intuition about .
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An alternative approach, pioneered by Scott and Strachey, is called denotational semantics: it offers algebraic techniques for characterizing the denotation of (i. e., the function computed by) a program-the properties of the program can then be checked by direct comparison of.
An alternative approach, pioneered by Scott and Strachey, is called denotational semantics: it offers algebraic techniques for characterizing the denotation of (i.
e., the function computed by) a program-the properties of the program can then be checked by direct comparison Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics book the denotation with the specification. This book is an introduction Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Manes, Ernest G., Algebraic approaches to program semantics.
New York: Springer-Verlag, © Get this from a library. Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics. [Ernest G Manes; Michael A Arbib] -- In the s, mathematical logicians studied the notion of "effective computƯ ability" using such notions as recursive functions, A-calculus, and Turing machines.
The s saw the construction of. Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics av Ernest G Manes, Michael A Arbib på In mathematical logic, algebraic semantics is a formal semantics based on algebras studied as part of algebraic example, the modal logic S4 is characterized by the class of topological boolean algebras—that is, boolean algebras with an interior modal logics are characterized by various other algebras with operators.
The class of boolean algebras characterizes. Abstract. Going beyond the partial functions and multifunctions already considered, one might invent other useful notions of the input/output function from X to addition to the need to considerX, Y as “data structures,” there are theoretical approaches to semantics in which all X, Y must carry further structure.
Rather than embark on the misguided task of presenting an exhaustive list Author: Ernest G. Manes, Michael A. Arbib. Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics 英文书摘要 In the s, mathematical logicians studied the notion of "effective comput ability" using such notions as recursive functions, A.
Buy Algebraic Approaches to Program Semantics by Ernest G. Manes, Michael A. Arbib from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Book Edition: Ed. Algebraic semantics is a form of axiomatic semantics based on algebraic laws for describing and reasoning about program semantics in a formal manner; Attribute grammars define systems that systematically compute " metadata " (called attributes) for the various cases of the language's syntax.
Formal Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages A Laboratory Based Approach Addison-Wesley Publishing Company A Program Translation Exercises ATTRIBUTE GRAMMAR CODE GENERATION ALGEBRAIC SEMANTICS CONCEPTS AND EXAMPLES A Module for Truth Values An algebraic specification is a description of one or more abstract data types.
There are three main semantic approaches to algebraic specifications: (1) the initial algebra approach, (2) the terminal algebra approach, and (3) the loose approach. A fourth approach that is. Algebraic statement The present article extends the language of [7, 8] so that it is possible to provide an algebraic statement of the propositional semantics of program expressions.
Definition. The set RPG of generalized logical expressions is defined thus: (1) RP c_ RPG; (2) if A, BERPG then A & B, A v B, A, A', wlp(p, A)ERPG for all : Alexey L.
Lastovetsky, Sergey S. Gaissaryan. We describe an algebraic approach for computing with vector based semantics. The tensor product has been proposed as a method of composition, but has the undesirable property that strings of.
Algebraic Semantics of Imperative Programs presents a self-contained and novel "executable" introduction to formal reasoning about imperative programs.
The authors' primary goal is to improve programming ability by improving intuition about what programs mean and how they run. The semantics of imperative programs is specified in a formal, implemented notation, the language OBJ; this makes.
Lexical Semantics: Hyponyms & Hypernyms •Hyponym: word x is a hyponym of word y if the sets of referents of x is always in the set of referents of y •e.g. the set of poodles is always in the set of dogs •Hypernym: the converse of hyponym •above, ‘dogs’ = hypernym, ‘poodles’ = hyponymFile Size: 1MB.
Our approach was to derive the operational semantics from algebraic semantics. This paper considers the animation approach for the link between operational semantics and algebraic semantics for BPEL.
An algebraic approach to semantics of programming languages Communicated by M. Nivat Received May Revised January Lastovetsky, A.L.
and S.S. Gaissaryan, An algebraic approach to semantics of programming languages, Theoretical Computer Science () This book introduces a process algebraic approach to software architecture design.
Process algebra, originally conceived for reasoning about the semantics of concurrent programs, provides a foundational basis for the modeling and verification of functional and nonfunctional aspects of communicating concurrent systems.
This volume mainly analyses the structural properties of collections or pluralities (with applications to the philosophy of set theory), homogeneous objects like water, and the semantics and philosophy of events.
This book thereby complements algebraic work that has been done on other philosophical entities, i.e. propositions, properties Cited by:. Algebraic Semantics in Language and Philosophy Godehard Link The philosophical approach of this volume is mainly structuralist, using logical tools to investigate the formal structure of various kinds of objects in our world, as characterized by language and as systematized by philosophy.Semantics in other disciplines ySemantics has been of concern to philosophers, anthropologists and psychologists yPhilosophy: Some thought that many philosophical problems can be solved by the study of 'ordinary l.'.
They argue that the nature of good and evil in moral.The Lambda Calculus, treated in this book mainly in its untyped version, consists of a collection of expressions, called Lambda terms, together with ways how to rewrite and identify these.
In the parts conversion, reduction, theories, and models the view is respectively 'algebraic', computational, with more ('coinductive') identifications, and finally set-theoretic.