Procedure Closure in EL1

@article{Wegbreit1974ProcedureCI,
  title={Procedure Closure in EL1},
  author={Ben Wegbreit},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  year={1974},
  volume={17},
  pages={38-43}
}

A Bibliography of Publications in The Computer Journal : 1958 – 1999

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A set of four operations for transforming programs in this extended language of recursion equations to include a generalized procedure construct (the expression procedure) form the basis of a general-purpose specialization technique for recursive programs.

Program improvement by source to source transformation

A collection of program transformations and a model of the compilation process in terms of source-to-source transformations are presented, and a description of the application of these ideas to an existing programming language is given.

Software Engineering: Process, Principles, and Goals

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