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Published by Pitman, MIT Press in London, Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Functional programming (Computer science),
  • Functional programming languages.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKenneth R. Traub.
    SeriesResearch monographs in parallel and distributed computing,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.62 .T73 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination171 p. :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1879849M
    ISBN 100273088270, 0262700425
    LC Control Number90040305

      I’ll be honest: no. Python is the wrong setting to learn functional programming. Python code does use a handful of ideas and idioms from functional programming, but going beyond that will put you at odds with normal Python style, Python libraries.


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The principal content of the book is a series of implementations of a small functional language called the Core language.

The Core language is designed to be as small as possible, so that it is easy to implement, but still rich enough to allow modern non-strict functional languages to be translated into it without losing by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Traub, Kenneth R. Implementation of non-strict functional programming languages.

London: Pitman ; Cambridge, Mass.: MIT. The combination of a language with fine-grain implicit parallelism and a dataflow evaluation scheme is suitable for high-level programming on massively parallel architectures.

We are developing a compiler of V, a non-strict functional programming language, for Author: Shigeru Kusakabe, Kentaro Inenaga, Makoto Amamiya, Xinan Tang, Andres Marquez, Guang R. Gao. We are developing a compiler of V, a non-strict functional programming language, for EARTH(Efficient Architecture for Running THreads).

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This book is about implementations, not languages, it will make no attempt to extol the virtues of functional languages or the functional programming style.

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However, these implementations are either. A comprehensive history of functional programming languages covering all the major streams of development would require a much longer treatment than falls within the scope of a talk at TFP, it would probably need to be book length.

In what follows I have, rstly, focussed on the developments leading to. The Haskell language specification states that it is a non-strict language, but nothing about the evaluation strategy (like when and how an expression is evaluated, and to what level).

It does mention the word "evaluate" several times when talking about pattern matching. I have read a wonderful tutorial about lazy evaluation and weak head normal form, but it is just an implementation strategy.

My book is now out of print, but it is available here in its entirety in PDF form. Errata Sectionp We need an extra rule match us [] E = E This accounts for the possibility that in the constructor rule (Section ) there may be some non-nullary constructors for which there are Cited by: A Portable VM-based implementation Platform for non-strict Functional Programming Languages: Author(s): Jansen, J.M.; Groningen, J van: Publication year: In: Schrijvers, T.

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Generally speaking, all the material of the book should apply to the other functional languages mentioned, with only syntactic changes. The only exception to this is that we concern ourselves almost exclusively with the implementation of languages with non-strict semantics (such as SASL, KRC, Ponder, LML, Orwell).

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on the Implementation of Functional Languages, IFL'98, held in London, UK, in September The 15 revised full papers presented were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Book is now out of print, but it is /5. The Implementation of Functional Programming Languages POMBERGER, G., Software Engineering and Modula-2 REYNOLDS, J. C., Strict and non-strict functions. 40 Type synonyms. 43 Type inference. Lists.

Our primary aim in writing this book is to con­ vey a view of programming as a mathematical activity, and. and programming languages in a most elegant and fertile way: program development and verification can proceed within a single system.

Viewed in a different way, type theory is a functional programming language with some novel features, such as the totality of all its functions, its expressive. The book promises not to discuss any functional language in particular but implementation of functional languages in general, but eventually the examples on lambda calculus end up implementing lisp.

The Author focuses on implementing lambda calculus through a Cited by: lar by the desire to investigate a new implementation technique for the Haskell overloading mechanism [21].

The system was designed with some specific goals in mind: † Compatibility: The language design should be closely based on the definition of Haskell, an emerging and freely available standard for non-strict functional programming. A strict programming language is a programming language which employs a strict programming paradigm, allowing only strict functions to be defined by the user.

A non-strict programming language allows the user to define non-strict functions, and hence may allow lazy evaluation. The book is essentially self-contained, requiring no more than basic familiarity with functional languages.

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