Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents nine carefully revised lectures given at the 5th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2004, in Tartu, Estonia in August 2004.

Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents nine carefully revised lectures given at the 5th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2004, in Tartu, Estonia in August 2004. The book presents the following nine, carefully cross-reviewed chapters, written by leading authorities in the field: Typing Haskell with an Attribute Grammar, Programming with Arrows, Epigram: Practical Programming with Dependent Types, Combining Datatypes and Effects, GEC: a toolkit for Generic Rapid Prototyping, A Functional Shell that Operates on Typed and Compiled Applications, Declarative Debugging with Buddha, Server-Side Web Programming in WASH, and Refactoring Functional Programs.

Advanced Functional Programming

First International Spring School on Advanced Functional Programming Techniques, Bastad, Sweden, May 24 - 30, 1995. ... The function const Nil is applied to this result , thus effectively discarding the empty tuple and substituting Nil ...

Advanced Functional Programming

This volume presents the tutorials given during the First International Spring School on Advanced Functional Programming Techniques, held in Bastad, Sweden in May 1995. The last few years have seen important new developments in functional programming techniques: concepts, such as monads, type classes, and several new special purpose libraries of higher-order functions are new and powerful methods for structuring programs. This book brings programmers, software engineers and computer scientists up-to-date with the latest techniques. Most tutorial contributions contain exercises to familiarize the reader with the new concepts and techniques, and only basic knowledge in functional programming is assumed.

Advanced Functional Programming

In Jeuring J. and Meijer E., editors, Advanced Functional Programming, number 925 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 1–52. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1995. 152 3. Hudak P. Haskore music tutorial. In Meijer E. Launchbury J. and ...

Advanced Functional Programming

This book originates from the Third Summer School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Barga, Portugal, in September 1998. The lectures presented are targeted at individual students and programming professionals as well as at small study groups and lecturers who wish to become acquainted with recent work in the rapidly developing area of functional programming. The book presents the following seven, carefully cross-reviewed chapters, written by leading authorities in the field: Sorting Morphisms; Generic Programming: An Introduction; Generic Program Transformation; Designing and Implementing Combinator Languages; Using MetaML: A Staged Programming Language; Cayenne: A Language with Dependent Types; Haskell as an Automation Controller.

Advanced Functional Programming

This volume contains the revised lecture notes corresponding to the lectures given at the 6th International School on Advanced Functional Programming, AFP 2008, held in Heijen, a little village in the woodlands near the city of Nijmegen ...

Advanced Functional Programming

Several carefully revised lectures from the 6th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2008, are presented in this valuable review. Topics include computation with Delta ML, spider spinning, reduction-based normalization and Haskell programming.

Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents seven carefully revised lectures given at the 6th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2008, in Heijen, The Netherlands in May 2008.

Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents seven carefully revised lectures given at the 6th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2008, in Heijen, The Netherlands in May 2008. The book presents the following seven, carefully cross-reviewed chapters, written by leading authorities in the field: Self-adjusting: Computation with Delta ML, spider spinning for dummies, from reduction-based to reduction-free normalization, libraries for generic programming in Haskell, dependently typed programming in agda, parallel and concurrent programming in Haskell and an iTask case study: a conference management system.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book presents the eight tutorial lectures given at the Second International School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Olympia, WA, USA, in August 1996.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book presents the eight tutorial lectures given at the Second International School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Olympia, WA, USA, in August 1996. After many years of development, functional programming languages have matured to a point where they can be used for much larger applications than has been typical in the past. These tutorial notes have been written for students and professionals in software engineering who are interested in exploring beyond the elementary concepts of functional programming and in progressing towards large-scale programming and structured software.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book presents the eight tutorial lectures given at the Second International School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Olympia, WA, USA, in August 1996.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book presents the eight tutorial lectures given at the Second International School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Olympia, WA, USA, in August 1996. After many years of development, functional programming languages have matured to a point where they can be used for much larger applications than has been typical in the past. These tutorial notes have been written for students and professionals in software engineering who are interested in exploring beyond the elementary concepts of functional programming and in progressing towards large-scale programming and structured software.

Central European Functional Programming School

Itdoesthisbymaking use of advanced programming concepts such as generic programming. The programmer need not be aware of this. 1 Introduction The World Wide Web has become animportant infrastructure for institutions such as universities ...

Central European Functional Programming School

This volume presents eight carefully revised texts of selected lectures given by leading researchers of the field at the first Central European Functional Programming School, CEFP 2005, held in Budapest, Hungary, in July 2005. The eight revised full papers presented were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvement for inclusion in the book. The lectures cover a wide range of topics such as new programming language concepts for subtyping.

Mastering Functional Programming

We will then explore some more advanced, functional concepts specific to functional programming—things such as lambdas, currying, generic type parameters, implicit arguments, and higher-order functions. We will see how higher-order ...

Mastering Functional Programming

In large projects, programmers tend to get overwhelmed by their complexity. It can be hard to keep track of all the interdependencies in the code-base and how its state changes on runtime. The solution to these problems is Functional Programming, a paradigm specifically designed to deal with the complexity of software development. Mastering ...

Functional Programming for Java Developers

Neal Ford's “Functional Thinking” articles provide more examples of using functional concepts in several common languages [Ford2011]. Finally, Why Functional Programming Matters [Hughes1990] is a more advanced, yet approachable ...

Functional Programming for Java Developers

"Dean Wampler, Java expert and author of Programmin Scala (O'Reilley), shows you how to apply principles such as immutability, avoidance of side effects, and higher-order functions to your Java code. Each chapter provides exercises to help you practice what you've learned. Once you grasp the benefits of functional programming, you'll discover that it improves all the code you write."--From p. [4] of cover.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book originates from the Third Summer School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Barga, Portugal, in September 1998.

Advanced Functional Programming

This book originates from the Third Summer School on Advanced Functional Programming, held in Barga, Portugal, in September 1998. The lectures presented are targeted at individual students and programming professionals as well as at small study groups and lecturers who wish to become acquainted with recent work in the rapidly developing area of functional programming. The book presents the following seven, carefully cross-reviewed chapters, written by leading authorities in the field: Sorting Morphisms; Generic Programming: An Introduction; Generic Program Transformation; Designing and Implementing Combinator Languages; Using MetaML: A Staged Programming Language; Cayenne: A Language with Dependent Types; Haskell as an Automation Controller.

Verified Functional Programming in Agda

There are many others who have much more expertise than I do on advanced functional programming idioms, and on using Agda. Nevertheless, I hope that you, the reader, can benefit from what I have learned about this topic, ...

Verified Functional Programming in Agda

Agda is an advanced programming language based on Type Theory. Agda's type system is expressive enough to support full functional verification of programs, in two styles. In external verification, we write pure functional programs and then write proofs of properties about them. The proofs are separate external artifacts, typically using structural induction. In internal verification, we specify properties of programs through rich types for the programs themselves. This often necessitates including proofs inside code, to show the type checker that the specified properties hold. The power to prove properties of programs in these two styles is a profound addition to the practice of programming, giving programmers the power to guarantee the absence of bugs, and thus improve the quality of software more than previously possible. Verified Functional Programming in Agda is the first book to provide a systematic exposition of external and internal verification in Agda, suitable for undergraduate students of Computer Science. No familiarity with functional programming or computer-checked proofs is presupposed. The book begins with an introduction to functional programming through familiar examples like booleans, natural numbers, and lists, and techniques for external verification. Internal verification is considered through the examples of vectors, binary search trees, and Braun trees. More advanced material on type-level computation, explicit reasoning about termination, and normalization by evaluation is also included. The book also includes a medium-sized case study on Huffman encoding and decoding.

The Well Grounded Java Developer Second Edition

Functional programming concepts Limits of functional programming in Java Kotlin advanced functional programming Clojure advanced functional programming We have already met functional programming concepts earlier in the book, ...

The Well Grounded Java Developer  Second Edition

Understanding Java from the JVM up gives you a solid foundation to grow your expertise and take on advanced techniques for performance, concurrency, containerization, and more. In The Well-Grounded Java Developer, Second Edition you will learn: The new Java module system and why you should use it Bytecode for the JVM, including operations and classloading Performance tuning the JVM Working with Java’s built-in concurrency and expanded options Programming in Kotlin and Clojure on the JVM Maximizing the benefits from your build/CI tooling with Maven and Gradle Running the JVM in containers Planning for future JVM releases The Well-Grounded Java Developer, Second Edition introduces both the modern innovations and timeless fundamentals you need to know to become a Java master. Authors Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg, and Jason Clark distill their decades of experience as Java Champions, veteran developers, and key contributors to the Java ecosystem into this clear and practical guide. You’ll discover how Java works under the hood and learn design secrets from Java’s long history. Each concept is illustrated with hands-on examples, including a fully modularized application/library and creating your own multithreaded application. Foreword by Heinz Kabutz. About the technology Java is the beating heart of enterprise software engineering. Developers who really know Java can expect easy job hunting and interesting work. Written by experts with years of boots-on-the-ground experience, this book upgrades your Java skills. It dives into powerful features like modules and concurrency models and even reveals some of Java’s deep secrets. About the book With The Well-Grounded Java Developer, Second Edition you will go beyond feature descriptions and learn how Java operates at the bytecode level. Master high-value techniques for concurrency and performance optimization, along with must-know practices for build, test, and deployment. You’ll even look at alternate JVM languages like Kotlin and Clojure. Digest this book and stand out from the pack. What's inside The new Java module system Performance tuning the JVM Maximizing CI/CD with Maven and Gradle Running the JVM in containers Planning for future JVM releases About the reader For intermediate Java developers. About the author Benjamin J. Evans is a senior principal engineer at Red Hat. Martijn Verburg is the principal SWE manager for Microsoft’s Java Engineering Group. Both Benjamin and Martijn are Java Champions. Jason Clark is a principal engineer and architect at New Relic. Table of Contents PART 1 - FROM 8 TO 11 AND BEYOND! 1 Introducing modern Java 2 Java modules 3 Java 17 PART 2 - UNDER THE HOOD 4 Class files and bytecode 5 Java concurrency fundamentals 6 JDK concurrency libraries 7 Understanding Java performance PART 3 - NON-JAVA LANGUAGES ON THE JVM 8 Alternative JVM languages 9 Kotlin 10 Clojure: A different view of programming PART 4 - BUILD AND DEPLOYMENT 11 Building with Gradle and Maven 12 Running Java in containers 13 Testing fundamentals 14 Testing beyond JUnit PART 5 - JAVA FRONTIERS 15 Advanced functional programming 16 Advanced concurrent programming 17 Modern internals 18 Future Java

Systems Implementation 2000

(In preparation) Fokker J. (1995) Functional Parsers, in Advanced Functional Programming (eds. J. Jeuring and E. Meijer), LNCS 925. Springer, Berlin. Gamma E., Helm R., Johnson R. and Vlissides J. (1995) Design Patterns, Addison-Wesley, ...

Systems Implementation 2000

This state-of-the-art book aims to address problems and solutions in implementing complex and high quality systems past the year 2000. In particular, it focuses on the development of languages, methods and tools and their further evaluation. Among the issues discussed are the following: evolution of software systems; specific application domains; supporting portability and reusability of software components; the development of networking software; and software architectures for various application domains. This book comprises the proceedings of the International Conference on Systems Implementation 2000: Languages, Methods and Tools, sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and was held in Germany, in February 1998. It will be particularly relevant to researchers in the field of software engineering and to software developers working in larger companies.

Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents seven revised lectures given by leading researchers at the 4th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2002, in Oxford, UK in August 2002.

Advanced Functional Programming

This tutorial book presents seven revised lectures given by leading researchers at the 4th International School on Functional Programming, AFP 2002, in Oxford, UK in August 2002. The lectures presented introduce tools, language features, domain-specific languages, problem domains, and programming methods. All lectures contain exercises and practical assignments. The software accompanying the lectures can be accessed from the AFP 2002 Web site. This book is designed to enable individuals, small groups of students, and lecturers to study recent work in the rapidly developing area of functional programming.

Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages

In Advanced Functional Programming, pages 28–115, 1999. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1608, Springer– Verlag. 3. Richard Bird and Oege de Moor. Algebra of Programming. Prentice Hall, 1997. 4. Chih-Ping Chen and Paul Hudak.

Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, PADL 2000, held in Boston, MA, USA in January 2000. The 21 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 36 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on functional programming, functional-logic programming, logic programming, innovative applications, constraint programming and constraint solving, and systems applications.

Systems and Computer Technology

Programming with arrows. Advanced Functional Programming. Springer. Jeffrey, A. 2013. Functional reactive programming with liveness guarantees. Proceedings of the 18th ACM SIGPLAN international conference on Functional programming, ACM, ...

Systems and Computer Technology

This volume consists of papers presented at the 2014 International Symposium on Systems and Computer Technology (ISSCT 2014, Shanghai, China, 15-17 November 2014). The demand for systems and informatics have been constantly increasing, as more and more computer applications have been built. Great efforts have been made to improve the state of the a

Interoperating Geographic Information Systems

Digital Equipment Corporation , Systems Research Center Hallgren T , Carlsson M 1995 Programming with Fudgets . In Jeuring J , Meijer E ( eds ) Advanced Functional Programming . Lecture Notes in Computer Science 925.

Interoperating Geographic Information Systems

Geographic information systems have developed rapidly in the past decade, and are now a major class of software, with applications that include infrastructure maintenance, resource management, agriculture, Earth science, and planning. But a lack of standards has led to a general inability for one GIS to interoperate with another. It is difficult for one GIS to share data with another, or for people trained on one system to adapt easily to the commands and user interface of another. Failure to interoperate is a problem at many levels, ranging from the purely technical to the semantic and the institutional. Interoperating Geographic Information Systems is about efforts to improve the ability of GISs to interoperate, and has been assembled through a collaboration between academic researchers and the software vendor community under the auspices of the US National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis and the Open GIS Consortium Inc. It includes chapters on the basic principles and the various conceptual frameworks that the research community has developed to think about the problem. Other chapters review a wide range of applications and the experiences of the authors in trying to achieve interoperability at a practical level. Interoperability opens enormous potential for new ways of using GIS and new mechanisms for exchanging data, and these are covered in chapters on information marketplaces, with special reference to geographic information. Institutional arrangements are also likely to be profoundly affected by the trend towards interoperable systems, and nowhere is the impact of interoperability more likely to cause fundamental change than in education, as educators address the needs of a new generation of GIS users with access to a new generation of tools. The book concludes with a series of chapters on education and institutional change. Interoperating Geographic Information Systems is suitable as a secondary text for graduate level courses in computer science, geography, spatial databases, and interoperability and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry, commerce and government.