Brick Kiln by Khalil,Nasim Jan

Brick Kiln by Khalil,Nasim Jan

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7 x F\6 x) is not, in general, a projection. However, greatest lower bounds do exist in Value p^+ Value for the following reason. Projections are bounded by ID, so the set of projections {/? | /? E 7 A j3 Q 6} is consistent and, hence, its least upper bound exists. This least upper bound is a finitary projection and is greater than all other lower bounds for 7 and 6 and so it is the greatest lower bound. The difference between these different greatest lower bounds becomes irrelevant when we introduce particular finite domains of projections, as in these domains, the usual greatest lower bound of any set of projections from these domains is itself a projection and, moreover, also a member of the same finite domain.

The residual program is, in this sense, "congruent" with the source program. In addition to congruence, the results of binding-time analysis must be finite. As congruent annotations produce a congruent program, so finite annotations lead to a finite residual program. Consider the following example. f x y = if then else y=0 x f (x+1) (y-1) We declare x to be static and y dynamic. This is congruent but not finite. Suppose we specialise f to the value 1 for x. Making the recursive call residual, we obtain the following residual program.

Denotational Semantics f : :R->S 41 x: :T h e j :R x::T h f e : :S C ::S,->S X : :1rh e ::S, x: :T h c, e: :S x::Th e::S Vi . (x: :T,y,: :S, h e,::R) x: :T h case e in C\ y t -> ej I I . . I I c n y n -> e n end: :R Only well-formed and well-typed programs are assigned a meaning. This meaning is defined by the denotational semantics. 3 Denotational Semantics The denotational semantics is fairly standard. There are three semantic domains— one to model values and the other two to model value and function environments respectively.

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