Fundamentals of reversible flowchart languages

  title={Fundamentals of reversible flowchart languages},
  author={Tetsuo Yokoyama and Holger Bock Axelsen and Robert Gl{\"u}ck},
  journal={Theor. Comput. Sci.},
This paper presents the fundamentals of reversible flowcharts. They are intended to naturally represent the structure and control flow of reversible (imperative) programming languages in a simple computation model, in the same way classical flowcharts do for conventional languages. Although reversible flowcharts are superficially similar to classical flowcharts, there are crucial differences: atomic steps are limited to locally invertible operations, and join points require an explicit… CONTINUE READING
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