Semantic Lego

@inproceedings{Espinosa1995SemanticL,
  title={Semantic Lego},
  author={David Espinosa},
  year={1995}
}
Denotational semantics [Sch86] is a powerful framework for describing programming languages; however, its descriptions lack modularity: conceptually independent language features in uence each others' semantics. We address this problem by presenting a theory of modular denotational semantics. Following Mosses [Mos92], we divide a semantics into two parts, a computation ADT and a language ADT (abstract data type). The computation ADT represents the basic semantic structure of the language. The… CONTINUE READING
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