TITLE

Chapter 4: Calculating an Exceptional Machine

AUTHOR(S)
Hutton, Graham; Wright, Joel
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Trends in Functional Programming Volume 5;2006, Vol. 5, p49
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In previous work we showed how to verify a compiler for a small language with exceptions. In this article we show how to calculate, as opposed to verify, an abstract machine for this language. The key step is the use of Reynold's defunctionalization, an old program transformation technique that has recently been rejuvenated by the work of Danvy et al.
ACCESSION #
26215091

 

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