
...et al.'s type system syntactic control of interference revisited (scir) is considered. the previously proposed notion of bireflective model is rejected as being too...that the existing proofsketch of the important property of coherence for these models is incorrect. a new, more general notion of model is proposed and the coherence...
Published in 2007.

...this paper examines semantic foundations of the approach.we describe a category that has (an abstraction of) interference information builtinto all objects and...procedure types are obtained via a suitable adjunction. the category is a model ofintuitionistic linear logic. reynolds" concept of passive type  i.e. types for phrases that... ...

...familiar constructions on the category of monoids, a fully abstract model of basic sci is constructed. basic sci is a version of reynolds's higherorder imperative programming language idealized algol, restricted by means of a linear type system so that distinct iden tifiers are never aliases. the model given here is concretely the...

...identifiers are required never to interfere. this paper examines semantic foundations of the approach. we describe a category that has (an abstraction of) interference information built into all objects...procedure types are obtained via a suitable adjunction. the category is a model of intuitionistic linear logic. reynolds’ concept of passive type – i.e. types for phrases that don’t write to...
Published in 1993.

...in \syntactic control of interference" (popl, 1978), j.c. reynolds proposes three design principles intended to constrain the scope of imperative state eects in algol...preserve typings. we then dene a class of \bireective" models, which provide a categorical analysis of structure underlying the new typing rules; a companion paper \bireectivity", in this...

...in "syntactic control of interference" (popl, 1978), j. c. reynolds proposes three design principles intended to constrain the scope of imperative state effects in algol...preserve typings. we then define a class of "bireflective" models, which provide a categorical analysis of structure underlying the new typing rules; a companion paper "bireflectivity," in this...

...languages (such as the language of while programs). however, reynolds points out that the “obvious” syntax for interference control has the unfortunate property that...preserve typings. we then define a class of “bireflective” models, which provide a categorical analysis of structure underlying the new typing rules; a companion paper “bireflectivity”, in this...

...we investigate the decidability of observational equivalence and approximation in "syntactic control of interference" (sci). by as sociating denotations of terms in an inequationally fully...con sider the same problems for basic sci extended with nonlocal control in the form of backwards jumps. we show that...


...abstract. we investigate the decidability of observational equivalence and approximation in “syntactic control of interference” (sci). by as sociating denotations of terms in an inequationally fully...con sider the same problems for basic sci extended with nonlocal control in the form of backwards jumps. we show that...