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Reasoning about Polymorphic Manifest Contracts

@article{Sekiyama2018ReasoningAP,
  title={Reasoning about Polymorphic Manifest Contracts},
  author={Taro Sekiyama and Atsushi Igarashi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1806.07041}
}
Manifest contract calculi, which integrate cast-based dynamic contract checking and refinement type systems, have been studied as foundations for hybrid contract checking. In this article, we study techniques to reasoning about a polymorphic manifest contract calculus, including a few program transformations related to static contract verification. We first define a polymorphic manifest contract calculus $\mathrm{F}_{H}$, which is much simpler than a previously studied one with delayed… Expand

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