Item description for ESOP '90: 3rd European Symposium on Programming, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 15-18, 1990, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Neil Jones...
This volume presents the proceedings of a conference on programming and programming languages. It contains original research contributions addressing fundamental issues and important developments in the design, specification and implementation of programming languages and systems. Topics include: - Program development: specification, methodology, tools, environments; - Programming language concepts: types, data abstraction, parallelism, real-time; - Language implementation techniques: compilers, interpreters, abstract machine design, optimization; - Programs as data objects: abstract interpretation, program transformation, partial evaluation; - Programming styles: imperative, functional, predicative, object-oriented.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.91" Weight: 1.38 lbs.
Release Date May 18, 1990
ISBN 3540525920 ISBN13 9783540525929
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More About Neil Jones
Neil Jones LLB(Hons), FCIArb is a practicing solicitor with the firm of Neil F. Jones Solicitors, Birmingham, with considerable experience in building contract matters. He is also currently the Legal Adviser to the Local Authorities Association's Contrasts Panel, a Council Member of the Joint Contracts Tribunal, and Chairman of its Drafting Sub-Committee. He was closely involved with the drafting of the Intermediate Form.
Simon Baylis LLB(Hons), ARICS, FCIArb is a practicing solicitor and managing partner of the firm of Neil F. Jones Solicitors, Birmingham. His experience in building contract matters has been gained from the practice both as a chartered quality surveyor in the construction industry and as a solicitor dealing with construction disputes. He was from some time legal adviser to the Contracts Committee of the Federation of Associations of Specialists and sub-Contractors (FASS)