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Side Effects in Steering Fragments   Lars Wortel

Side Effects in Steering Fragments

92 страниц. 2011 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
In programming practice, side effects are a well-known phenomenon. However, a formal definition of side effects is missing. Intuitively, a side effect of a propositional statement is a change in state of a program or model other than the effect (or change in state) it was initially executed for. In this book, I will check this intuition and I will give a formal definition of side effects. I will do so by modifying a system for modelling program instructions and program states, Quantified Dynamic Logic (QDL), to a system called Dynamic Logic with Assignments as Formulas (DLAf), which in contrast to QDL allows assignments in formulas and makes use of short-circuit evaluation. I will show the underlying logic in those formulas to be a variant of short-circuit logic called repetition-proof short-circuit logic. Using that, I can give the definition and even a classification of side effects. The definition and the classification of side effects outlined in this book not only open doors to...
 
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