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Title: Remarks on Many-Sorted Equational Logic with respect to Algebraic Implementations
Authors: Van Gestel, Eric ×
Van Horebeek, Ivo
Lewi, Johan #
Issue Date: Jan-1988
Publisher: ACM Press
Series Title: SIGPLAN notices vol:23 issue:1 pages:120-126
Abstract: Conventional logic is no longer valid for a formalism based on abstraction functions. It is our contention this is not a problem inherent to the implementation formalism but to an inappropriateness of conventional equational reasoning for dealing with abstract functions. Based on the approach of Goguen for generalising one-sorted equational logic to many-sorted equational logic, we propose an augmented set of deduction rules designated to take abstraction functions into account. Theses rules are a proper generaralisation of those given by Goguen in that, in the absense of abstraction functions, they are identical.
ISSN: 0362-1340
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Informatics Section
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