Using Dependent Types to Express Modular Structure

@inproceedings{MacQueen1986UsingDT,
  title={Using Dependent Types to Express Modular Structure},
  author={David B. MacQueen},
  booktitle={POPL},
  year={1986}
}
Writing any large program poses difficult problems of organization. In many modern programming languages these problems are addressed by special linguistic constructs, variously known as modules, packages, or clusters, which provide for partitioning programs into manageable components and for securely combining these components to form complete programs. Some general purpose components are able to take on a life of their own, being separately compiled and stored in libraries of generic… CONTINUE READING
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