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Static typing for dynamic messages
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This paper presents a static typing discipline for dynamic messages and formalizes it into a second order polymorphic type system. Expand
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Type Inference for First-Class Messages with Feature Constraints
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We present a constraint system OF of feature trees that is appropriate to specify and implement type inference for first-class messages in the spirit of Nishimura's recent proposal. Expand
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Algebraic fusion of functions with an accumulating parameter and its improvement
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This paper develops a new framework for fusion that is designed for eliminating the intermediate data structures involved in the composition of functions that have one accumulating parameter. Expand
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Type Inference for First-Class Messages with Feature Constraints
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The Determination of Uranium Content of Standard Rocks by Fission-Track Registration in Muscovite
Uranium contents in the six U.S. Geological Survey standard rocks together with JG-1 and JB-1, issued by the Geological Survey of Japan, have been analyzed by the technique of fission-trackExpand
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Dictyostelium discoideum: a useful model system to evaluate the function of queuine and of the Q‐family of tRNAs
The nucleoside queuosine (Q) is found in the first position of the anticodon of tRNATy r, tRNA His, tRNAAsp and tRNA Asn of eubacteria and eukaryotes except yeast [1]. In eukaryotes queuine isExpand
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8-Hydroxyguanine: a base for discovery.
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Specific fluorescent labeling of 7-(aminomethyl)-7-deazaguanosine located in the anticodon of tRNATyr isolated from E. coli mutant
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Under-modified E. coli tRNATyr that contains 7-(aminomethyl)-7-deazaguanosine in place of Q nucleoside can be chemically modified by dansyl chloride under neutral conditions. Expand
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Deriving Event-Based Document Transformers from Tree-Based Specifications
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Abstract Structured documents are usually processed by tree-based document transformers, which transform the document tree representing the structure of the input document into another tree structure. Expand
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