A functional language for describing reversible logic

@article{Thomsen2012AFL,
  title={A functional language for describing reversible logic},
  author={Michael Kirkedal Thomsen},
  journal={Proceeding of the 2012 Forum on Specification and Design Languages},
  year={2012},
  pages={135-142}
}
Reversible logic is a computational model where all gates are logically reversible and combined in circuits such that no values are lost or duplicated. This paper presents a novel functional language that is designed to describe only reversible logic circuits. The language includes high-level constructs such as conditionals and a let-in statement that can be used to locally change wires that are otherwise considered to be constant. Termination of recursion is restricted by size-change… CONTINUE READING
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