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Fri, 14 Jun 2013 19:53:48 GMTSlideShare feed for Slideshows by User: bgeronColloquium presentation
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colloquiumpresentation-130614145348-phpapp01 Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.
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Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.
This presentation includes the list multiplication example.]]>
Fri, 14 Jun 2013 19:53:48 GMThttp://www.slideshare.net/bgeron/colloquium-presentationbgeron@slideshare.net(bgeron)Colloquium presentationbgeronContinuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.
This presentation includes the list multiplication example.<img src="//cdn.slidesharecdn.com/ss_thumbnails/colloquiumpresentation-130614145348-phpapp01-thumbnail-2.jpg?cb=1371415138" alt ="" style="border:1px solid #C3E6D8;float:right;" /><br> Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.
This presentation includes the list multiplication example.

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1040//cdn.slidesharecdn.com/ss_thumbnails/colloquiumpresentation-130614145348-phpapp01-thumbnail-2.jpg?cb=1371415138presentationWhitehttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/posthttp://activitystrea.ms/schema/1.0/posted0Continuation calculus at Term Rewriting Seminar
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continuation-20calculus-20at-20terese-130529085707-phpapp02 Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.]]>
Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.]]>
Wed, 29 May 2013 13:57:07 GMThttp://www.slideshare.net/bgeron/continuation-calculus-at-term-rewriting-seminarbgeron@slideshare.net(bgeron)Continuation calculus at Term Rewriting SeminarbgeronContinuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.<img src="//cdn.slidesharecdn.com/ss_thumbnails/continuation-20calculus-20at-20terese-130529085707-phpapp02-thumbnail-2.jpg?cb=1369839712" alt ="" style="border:1px solid #C3E6D8;float:right;" /><br> Continuation calculus (CC) is an alternative to lambda calculus, where the order of evaluation is determined by programs themselves. Owing to its simplicity, continuations are no unusual terms. This makes it natural to model programs with nonlocal control flow, as with exceptions and call-by-name functions.