Proof Abstraction for Imperative Languages

Abstract

Modularity in programming language semantics derives from abstracting over the structure of underlying denotations, yielding semantic descriptions that are more abstract and reusable. One such semantic framework is Liang’s modular monadic semantics in which the underlying semantic structure is encapsulated with a monad. Such abstraction can be at odds with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/11924661_6

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@inproceedings{Harrison2006ProofAF, title={Proof Abstraction for Imperative Languages}, author={William L. Harrison}, booktitle={APLAS}, year={2006} }