Implementation and use of the PLT scheme Web server

@article{Krishnamurthi2007ImplementationAU,
  title={Implementation and use of the PLT scheme Web server},
  author={S. Krishnamurthi and Peter Walton Hopkins and J. McCarthy and P. Graunke and Greg Pettyjohn and M. Felleisen},
  journal={Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={431-460}
}
Abstract The PLT Scheme Web Server uses continuations to enable a natural, console-like program development style. We describe the implementation of the server and its use in the development of an application for managing conference paper reviews. In the process of developing this application, we encountered subtle forms of interaction not directly addressed by using continuations. We discuss these subtleties and offer solutions that have been successfully deployed in our application. Finally… Expand
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