By M. Alpuente, M. Falaschi, G. Moreno, G. Vidal (auth.), Michael Hanus, Jan Heering, Karl Meinke (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the sixth overseas convention on Algebraic and common sense Programming, ALP '97 and the third foreign Workshop on Higher-Order Algebra, common sense and time period Rewriting, HOA '97, held together in Southampton, united kingdom, in September 1997.
The 18 revised complete papers provided within the ebook have been chosen from 31 submissions. the quantity is split in sections on sensible and good judgment programming, higher-order tools, time period rewriting, forms, lambda-calculus, and theorem proving methods.
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Since along the cycle we pass only through positions which are smaller or equal to the previous and at least through one position which is strictly smaller we get a strict decrease in some argument position within a finite number of derivation steps. , which are instantiated enough, such that Iltlll > 11~211> .... This contradicts the well foundedness of the underlying domain. Hence there cannot be an infinite derivation for Go and P. E x a m p l e 7 The termination of the add-mult program with the binary unfoldings and call patterns described in Example 6 is determined in Figure 4.
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Algebraic and Logic Programming: 6th International Joint Conference ALP '97 — HOA '97 Southampton, UK, September 3–5, 1997 Proceedings by M. Alpuente, M. Falaschi, G. Moreno, G. Vidal (auth.), Michael Hanus, Jan Heering, Karl Meinke (eds.)