By Simon Peyton Jones, Norman Ramsey (auth.), Gopalan Nadathur (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the foreign convention on ideas and perform of Declarative Programming, PPDP'99, held in Paris, France, in September/October 1999.
The 22 revised complete papers offered including 3 invited contributions have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of fifty two full-length papers submitted. one of the subject matters lined are kind thought; logics and logical tools in figuring out, defining, integrating, and lengthening programming paradigms resembling sensible, common sense, object-oriented, constraint, and concurrent programming; aid for modularity; using logics within the layout of application improvement instruments; and improvement and implementation equipment.
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This is important because non-formalised termination proofs usually rely on the decreasing property. On Formalised Proofs of Termination of Recursive Functions 31 – As the extended version of ProPre used the advantageous order decision procedure which was isolated from the formal proofs (in contrast to being intertwined with them as in the earlier version of ProPre), this implied that the measure functions could be easily parameterised or changed. In this paper we show that those measure functions preserve the decreasing property up to a simple condition.
To range over sorts and f, f1 , f2 , . . , f , f , . . to range over functions. A sorted signature is a finite set F of functions and a set S of sorts. 2. Types, Arities of functions and Constants For every function f ∈ F, we associate a type s1 , . . , sn → s with s, s1 , . . , sn ∈ S. The number n ≥ 0 denotes the arity of f . A function is called constant if its arity is 0. 3. Defined and Constructor Symbols We assume that the set of functions F is divided in two disjoint sets Fc and Fd .
Sn → s in F , then f (t1 , . . , tn ) is a term of sort s. We use t, l, r, u, v, t1 , l1 , r1 , t2 , . . , t , l , r , t , . . to range over T (F, X )s . If X is empty, we denote T (F, X )s by T (F )s . T (F, X ) = s∈S T (F, X )s . 6. Constructor Terms, Ground terms and Ground Constructor Terms Recall the set of variables X and the set of functions F = Fc ∪ Fd . , terms such that every function symbol which occurs in them is a constructor symbol, are called constructor terms. , terms in which no variable occurs, are called ground terms.