Semantics and Logics of Computationby Andrew M. Pitts
Pub. Date: 08/20/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The aim of this volume is to present modern developments in semantics and logics of computation in a way that is accessible to graduate students. The book is based on a summer school at the Isaac Newton Institute and consists of a sequence of linked lecture course by international authorities in the area. The whole set have been edited to form a coherent introduction to these topics, most of which have not been presented pedagogically before.
Table of Contents
List of contributors; Preface; 1. Semantics of interaction: an introduction to game semantics Samson Abramsky; 2. Computational content of classical logic Thierry Coquand; 3. Syntax and semantics of dependent types Martin Hofmann; 4. Game semantics Martin Hyland; 5. Metalanguages and applications Eugenio Moggi; 6. Operationally-based theories of program equivalence Andrew Pitts; 7. Categories in concurrency Glynn Winskel and Mogens Nielsen; Index.
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