Parallel Haskell: The vectorisation monad (1993)

by Keith Clarke , Jonathan M. D. Hill
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3 The Vectorisation Monad – Jonathan M. D. Hill, Keith M. Clarke, Richard Bornat - 1994
2 An Introduction to Category Theory, Category Theory Monads, and Their Relationship to Functional Programming – Jonathan M. D. Hill, Keith Clarke
Functions, Frames, and Interactions -- completing a λ-calculus-based purely functional language with respect to programming-in-the-large and interactions with runtime environments – Claus Reinke - 1998
7 Deterministic Concurrency – David Paul Carter - 1993
96 How to Declare an Imperative – Philip Wadler - 1995
2 Graphical application and visualization of lazy functional computation – Sandra Periam Foubister - 1995
17 A Cost Analysis for a Higher-order Parallel Programming Model – Roopa Rangaswami, Sister Kripa - 1996
1 Lazy Imperative Languages - Report on a Project to Examine the Use of Lazy Evaluation in Imperative Languages – Randy Hertzman - 1995
35 Semantic Lego – David Espinosa - 1995
456 Comprehending Monads – Philip Wadler - 1992
2 Vectorising a Non-Strict Data-Parallel Functional Language – Jonathan Hill, Keith M. Clarke, Richard Bornat
Lambda-Calculus and Functional Programming – Jonathan P. Seldin
7 Notes on Functional Programming with Gofer – H. Conrad Cunningham - 1995
Pattern Systems and Methodologies for Multiparadigm Analysis and Design – Charles D. Knutson - 1998
2 Formalising and Reasoning about Fudgets – Colin J. Taylor - 1998
13 Realtime Signal Processing -- Dataflow, Visual, and Functional Programming – Hideki John Reekie - 1995
4 A Parallel Functional Language Compiler for Message-Passing Multicomputers – Sahalu B. Junaidu - 1998
280 Computational Interpretations of Linear Logic – Samson Abramsky - 1993
187 Implementing lazy functional languages on stock hardware: the Spineless Tagless G-machine - Version 2.5 – Simon L Peyton Jones - 1992