Item description for Partial Evaluation: International Seminar, Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, February 12 - 16, 1996. Selected Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Olivier Danvy...
Partial Evaluation has reached a point where theory and techniques have matured, substantial systems have been developed, and realistic applications can benefit from partial evaluation. This book is based on the International Seminar on Partial Evaluation held in Dagstuhl Castle, Germany in February 1996. The 24 strictly refereed full papers included evaluate the progress achieved in the field during the last decade. Also included is a detailed preface by the volume editors and a subject index. All in all, this book competently reports the state of the art and future perspectives in partial evaluation and is thus compulsory reading for anybody interested in the area.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.21" Width: 6.14" Height: 1.07" Weight: 1.62 lbs.
Release Date Sep 26, 1996
ISBN 3540615806 ISBN13 9783540615804
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More About Olivier Danvy
Prof. Olivier Danvy is editor in chief of the Higher Order for Symbolic Computation journal, and is also editor for two books in the LNCS series.
This book is written for Dr. Robert (Bob) Paige. Bob Paige, a professor of computer science and a leading researcher in the area of programming languages and transformational programming. Dr. Paige was the author of many research papers, covering related topics in programming languages, compilers, algorithms, and database design. An invited speaker at conferences and university seminars around the world, he also served regularly as a reviewer of research projects for major government agencies. He was a devoted mentor of PhD students who today hold research positions at leading universities and research centers.