Trampolined Style (1999)

by Steven E. Ganz , Daniel P. Friedman , Mitchell Wand
Venue:IN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING
Citations:39 - 3 self

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11 A Dynamic Continuation-Passing Style for Dynamic Delimited Continuations – Dariusz Biernacki, Olivier Danvy, Kevin Millikin - 2006
1 Continuation Conscious Compilation – Christian Queinnec - 1993
J is for JavaScript: A direct-style correspondence between Algol-like languages and JavaScript using . . . – Olivier Danvy, Chung-Chieh Shan, Ian Zerny
55 Representing Layered Monads – Andrzej Filinski - 1999
38 Reflection in logic, functional and object-oriented programming: a short comparative study – François-nicola Demers, Jacques Malenfant
19 On the Dynamic Extent of Delimited Continuations – Dariusz Biernacki, Olivier Danvy - 2005
19 Partial Continuations as the Difference of Continuations, A Duumvirate of Control Operators – Luc Moreau, Christian Queinnec - 1994
13 A Library of High Level Control Operators – Christian Queinnec - 1993
5 Value Transforming Style – Christian Queinnec - 1992
14 A type-theoretic foundation of delimited continuations. Higher Order Symbol – Zena M. Ariola, Hugo Herbelin, Amr Sabry - 2009
81 Representing control: a study of the CPS transformation – Olivier Danvy, Andrzej Filinski - 1992
12 The Structure of Call-by-Value – Carsten Führmann - 2000
12 An Introduction to Reflection-Oriented Programming – J.M. Sobel, Daniel P. Friedman - 1996
A Logical View of Effects – Sungwoo Park , Robert Harper
41 A Semi-Monad for Semi-Structured Data – Mary Fernandez, Jérôme Siméon, Philip Wadler - 2001
8 Modular monad transformers – Mauro Jaskelioff - 2009
96 How to Declare an Imperative – Philip Wadler - 1995
47 Monads and Effects – Nick Benton, John Hughes, Eugenio Moggi - 2000
87 A Generic Account of Continuation-Passing Styles – John Hatcliff, Olivier Danvy - 1994