Logic-Based Program Synthesis and Transformation [electronic resource] : 9th International Workshop, LOPSTR'99, Venice, Italy, September 22-24, 1999 Selected Papers / edited by Annalisa Bossi.
- 1st ed. 2000.
- Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2000.
- Computer Science (Springer-11645)
Lecture notes in computer science 0302-9743 ; 1817
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 0302-9743 ; 1817
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- This volume contains the proceedings of the ninth international workshop on logic-based program synthesis and transformation (LOPSTR'99) which was held in Venice (Italy), September 22-24, 1999. LOPSTRistheannualworkshopandforumforresearchersinthelogic-based program development stream of computational logic. The main focus used to be on synthesis and transformation of logic programs, but the workshop is open to contributions on logic-based program development in any paradigm. Previous workshops were held in Manchester, UK (1991, 1992), Louvain-la-Neuve, B- gium (1993), Pisa, Italy (1994), Arnhem, The Netherlands (1995), Stockholm, Sweden (1996), Leuven, Belgium (1997), and Manchester, UK (1998). LOPSTR is a real workshop in the sense that it is a friendly and lively forum for presenting recent and current research as well as discussing future trends. Formal proceedings of the workshop are produced only after the workshop and contain only those papers selected by the program committee after a second refereeing process. The program committee of LOPSTR'99 accepted 20 extended abstracts for presentation at the workshop; then selected 14 papers for inclusion in the po- workshop proceedings. Selected papers cover all the main streams of LOPSTR's topics: synthesis, specialization, transformation, analysis, and veri?cation. Ve- ?cation, transformation, and specialization methods are applied to functional, constraint, logic, and imperative programming.
- Invited Talk
Algebraic Specification and Program Development by Stepwise Refinement
Proof Obligations of the B Formal Method: Local Proofs Ensure Global Consistency
Constraint Logic Programming Applied to Model Checking
On Dynamic Aspects of OOD Frameworks in Component-Based Software Development in Computational Logic
Analysis and Specialisation
Infinite State Model Checking by Abstract Interpretation and Program Specialisation
Mode Analysis Domains for Typed Logic Programs
Imperative Program Specialisation: An Approach Using CLP
Specialising Finite Domain Programs Using Polyhedra
Roles of Program Extension
Transformation of Left Terminating Programs
Transformation Rules for Logic Programs with Goals as Arguments
Making Mercury Programs Tail Recursive
The Replacement Operation for CCP Programs
Annotations for Prolog - A Concept and Runtime Handling
Verification by Testing for Recursive Program Schemes
Combined Static and Dynamic Assertion-Based Debugging of Constraint Logic Programs
Context-Moving Transformations for Function Verification.
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