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Foundations of Algebraic Specifications and Formal Program Development. Cambridge University Press. To appear. [ST86] Donald Sannella and Andrzej Tarlecki. Extended ML: An institutionindependent framework for formal program development. In Proc. Workshop on Category Theory and Computer Programming, volume 240 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 364–389. Springer, 1986. [ST88a] D. Sannella and A. Tarlecki. Specifications in an arbitrary institution. Information and Computation, 76:165–210, 1988.
Krieg-Br¨ uckner, and T. Mossakowski. Extending CASL with higher-order functions – design proposal. dk/Projects/CoFI/Notes/L-8/index. html, 1998. [Fey88] 34 Donald Sannella and Martin Wirsing [HPW92] [Huß94a] [Huß94b] [HWB97] [Jon89] [KS91] [KS98] [KST94] [KST97] [Luo90] [Mes93] [Mil90] [MM95] [Mos97] [Mos98] P. Hudak, S. Peyton Jones, and P. Wadler, editors. 2). SIGPLAN Notices 27(5). 1992. H. Hußmann. Formal foundations for pragmatic software engineering methods. In [Wol94], pages 27–34. 1994.
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