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1. Curry–Howard - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Curry–Howard correspondence is the close relationship between computer More recently, extensions of the CurryHoward correspondence have been
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(Redirected from Curry-Howard isomorphism Jump to: navigation search The Curry–Howard correspondence is the close relationship between computer programs and mathematical proofs; the correspondence is also known as the Curry–Howard isomorphism , or the formulae-as-types correspondence . A number of different formulations have been used, for a principle now identified as the independent discovery of the American mathematician Haskell Curry and logician William Alvin Howard The correspondence can be seen at two levels: firstly, that of an analogy , which states that the return type of a function (i.e., the type of values returned by a function) is analogous to a logical theorem, subject to hypotheses corresponding to the types of the argument values passed to the function; and that the program to compute that function is analogous to a proof of that theorem. In theoretical computer science , this is an important underlying principle connecting the adjacent areas of lambda calculus and type theory . It is often stated in the form proofs are programs . An alternate formulation is propositions as types . Secondly, and more formally, it specifies a formal isomorphism between two mathematical domains, that of

2. Curry-Howard-Lambek Correspondence - HaskellWiki
The CurryHoward-Lambek correspondance is a three way isomorphism between types (in programming languages), propositions (in logic) and objects of a
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The Curry-Howard-Lambek correspondance is a three way isomorphism between types (in programming languages), propositions (in logic) and objects of a Cartesian closed category . Interestingly, the isomorphism maps programs (functions in Haskell) to (constructive) proofs in logic (and vice versa
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As is well established by now, theAnswer Integer theAnswer = The logical interpretation of the program is that the type Integer is inhabited (by the value ), so the existence of this program

3. The Curry-Howard Correspondence
The CurryHoward correspondence. Haskell Curry (1900-1982). Started studying medicine at Harvard in 1916; enlisted in the war on 18 October 1918
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4. The Curry-Howard Correspondence In Set Theory
The CurryHoward correspondence between proofs and programs was originally discovered with the system of simple types, which uses the intuitionistic

5. - Derivation And Computation: Taking The Curry-Howard Correspondence Ser
Derivation and Computation Taking the CurryHoward correspondence Seriously Derivation Systems, Substitution Algorithms, Computation Mechanisms Harold
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6. The Curry-Howard Correspondence In Haskell
The CurryHoward correspondence is a mapping between logic and type systems. On the one hand you have logic systems with propositions and proofs.
The Curry-Howard Correspondence in Haskell
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The Curry-Howard correspondence is a mapping between logic and type systems. On the one hand you have logic systems with propositions and proofs. On the other hand you have type systems with types and programs (or functions). As it turns out these two very different things have very similar rules. This article will explore the Curry-Howard correspondence by constructing a proof system using the Haskell type system (how appropriate since Haskell is named after Haskell Curry, the "Curry" in "Curry-Howard"). We'll set up the rules of logic using Haskell types and programs. Then we'll use these rules as an abstract interface to perform some logic profs.
Propositions and proofs
Propositions and proofs in logic systems correspond to types and programs (or functions) in programming languages. Each proposition will be represented by a type. Each proof will be represented with a program that has the matching type. The program need not do anything in particular. In fact, there may be many programs with the type we're after (just as there may be many proofs of a proposition). It doesn't matter. We just need to find a program with the given type. The existence of a program for the type will be a proof of the corresponding proposition! (Note: to be correct, the function must be total: it must terminate for all defined arguments. It's easy to cheat by using "undefined" in your proofs. In fact, this is a useful tool when debugging incomplete proofs). [

7. JSTOR Derivation And Computation. Taking The Curry-Howard
Despite the subtitle of the book, it is not clear to me just how we have taken the Curry Howard correspondence seriously, and what it has gained us.<380:DACTTC>2.0.CO;2-A

8. LtU Classic Archives
A gentle introduction to TLG, the CurryHoward correspondence, and cut-elimination. Barker Chris. A gentle introduction to Type Logical Grammar,
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10/11/2003; 2:58:16 AM (reads: 6300, responses: 6) A gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-elimination Barker Chris. A gentle introduction to Type Logical Grammar, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut elimination This paper aims to give an introduction to Type Logical Grammar (TLG) for the general linguist who may not have a background in logic or proof theory. This paper will briefly describe the logical heritage of TLG, sketch a simple TLG analysis, convey the spirit of the Curry-Howard result, discuss Gentzen’s famous cut-elimination result, and motivate multimodal extensions of Lambek’s logic. A short introduction to some of the same topics discussed in Girard's book plus an introduction to Type Logical Grammar for those who are interested in linguistics.
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10. Re: [Haskell-cafe] Tutorial: Curry-Howard Correspondence
A tutorial on the CurryHoward correspondence in Haskell http// Feedback appreciated.
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Wed, 17 Oct 2007 15:24:59 -0700 Also, I was wondering if the constructor and/or function arguments should be marked strict. Otherwise, types can be inhabited by defined arguments. Since Prop is not strict in its argument, we could have the (false) theorem That is a great tutorial. Thanks! But in the last two sentences of the introduction you say: even though (fix id) is well-typed and id is certainly not undefined (though fix id is). Tim Newsham wrote: A tutorial on the Curry-Howard Correspondence in Haskell: Feedback appreciated. Tim Newsham

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12. Lectures On The Curry-Howard Isomorphism, 149 - Elsevier
The CurryHoward isomorphism states an amazing correspondence between systems of formal logic as encountered in proof theory and computational calculi as
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13. Re: [Haskell-cafe] Tutorial: Curry-Howard Correspondence
the actual statement of the CurryHoward correspondence, it s a. correspondence between intuitionistic propositional logic and the simply search all groups... Home Join Log In Watch this thread FAQ h Re: [Haskell-cafe] Tutorial: Curry-Howard Correspondence
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On Wed, 2007-10-17 at 15:06 -0700, Dan Weston wrote: Yes it does. Yes it does. Terms in Haskell prove the propositions that the types of Haskell correspond to. *The logic that Haskell's type systems corresponds to is inconsistent.* This is what you are missing. Haskell's type systems does not correspond to intuitionistic propositional logic. Indeed, in the actual statement of the Curry-Howard correspondence, it's a correspondence between intuitionistic propositional logic and the simply typed lambda calculus which Haskell quite certainly is not. As is well known, it (CH) can be generalized beyond that, but generally you need a strongly normalizing language (or at least prove strong normalization for your particular term and note normalization means -normal form- not weak head normal form) to actually use the "programs" as proofs. Haskell-Cafe mailing list Haskell-Cafe@hask...

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Formulaeas-types correspondence;; Curry-Howard correspondence;; Curry-Howard isomorphism;. with the latter only under sufferance; also note that the phrase

15. Programs From Proofs In Haskell
Programs from Proofs via the CurryHoward correspondence This time I want to use it to explore the Curry-Howard correspondence, which is the idea that
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Programs from Proofs via the Curry-Howard Correspondence
Last time we wrote a theorem prover for intuitionistic propositional logic. This time I want to use it to explore the Curry-Howard correspondence, which is the idea that propositions in logic are like types in functional programming. The basic correspondence goes like this: Proposition Type Implication
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Either a b (If this seems strange at first, think about it this way: The product type (a,b) is an a and a b. The sum type Either a b is an a or a b. The function type a->b means that if you give me an a, then I can give you back a b, so an a implies a b.) So far so good. But the Curry-Howard correspondence goes further. First of all, it says that if there is a Haskell function having a particular (polymorphic) type, then the corresponding proposition is provable in intuitionistic logic. For example: (In Hugs and GHCi, :t tells you the type of an expression. We find that the type of "fst" - when translated into a proposition using the Curry-Howard correspondence - is provable in intuitionistic logic.) A function of a given type is called an inhabitant of that type, and a

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Another advanced theoretical underpinning of the book is the CurryHoward isomorphism or correspondence, in which ordinary intuitionistic logic corresponds

17. Hindley. Basic Simple Type Theory.
Using the CurryHoward correspondence, this is seen to be related to Gentzen s We can show a Curry-Howard correspondence between TA and intuitionist
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Chapter 1: The type-free lambda calculus. Chapter 2: Assigning types to terms. Chapter 3: The principal-type algorithm. Chapter 4: Type assignment with equality. ... Chapter 9: Technical details. Introduction: This book studies the system TA (for "Type Assignment") which is lambda calculus (with variables but no constants) and types built from type variables and arrows. The main results discussed are the principal-type algorithm, the converse principal-type algorithm, and the inhabitant-counting algorithm. Chapter 1: The type-free lambda calculus. Lambda terms are built from term-variables by application and lambda abstraction. For each lambda term we have notions of length, subterms, occurrences, components, body, scope, covering abstractors (of a subterm [those abstractors which dominate the subterm]), free and bound non-binding variable-occurrences. We also have substitution, alpha-conversion, bound-variable clashes, and closed terms = combinators. The common combinators (including Curry's fixed point combinator Y) are given. Beta-contraction (one step of a beta-reduction), beta-reduction and beta-conversion are defined. The

18. Carl: Curry-Howard Isomorphism
CurryHoward Isomorphism. Presented by Carl Eastlund Matthias note the correspondence between introduction and elimination rules.
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Uses combinators instead of explicit lambda terms Combinators Application Modus Ponens Matthias: What's the correspondence here? Dave: propositions and types Matthias: these are the basic axioms of logic
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Alexandre Miquel A Strongly Normalising CurryHoward correspondence for IZF Set This method relies on the introduction of a Curry-style type theory

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23. Curry–Howard Correspondence
The CurryHoward correspondence is the correspondence between the structure of proofs in logic, and the structure of computer programs.

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There is an interesting correspondence between the symply typed lambda calculus and the intuitionistic propositional logic, known as CurryHoward
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The Curry-Howard isomorphism
There is an interesting correspondence between the symply typed lambda calculus and the intuitionistic propositional logic, known as Curry-Howard isomorphism. This correspondence has the following three levels:
  • Types correspond to formulas
  • A term M of type T correspond to a proof of the formula T (M is a representation, or encoding, of the proof)
  • Beta-reduction corresponds to proof normalization (i.e. elimination of redundancy from a proof)
    Types as formulas
    The correspondence comes from interpreting the type variables as propositional letters, and the arrow -> as implication. Thus A -> B, for instance, corresponds to "A implies B".
    Program as proofs
    The fact that, for a given type T, there exists a lambda term (program) M with type T, corresponds to the fact that T as a formula is intuitionistically valid. Furthermore, M can be seen as a representation of the proof of T. Let us first observe that there is a correspondence one-to-one between the proofs in the type system of the simply typed lambda calculus and the lambda terms (modulo alpha-renaming). In fact, given a term M with type T, the proof of M:T is isomorphic to the parse tree of M. This is because each rule of the type system corresponds uniquely to a production in the grammar generating the lambda terms. We can therefore see a typeable lambda term as the encoding of the corresponding proof of typeability. The correspondence with intuitionistic validity comes from the observation that the rules of the type system, when we consider only the type part, are exactly the rules of the (implicational fragment of) intuitionistic logic. Namely, the following rules, where G represents a set of formulas:
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    31. 15-312 Recitation 6 Curry-Howard 2002-10-02 Joshua Dunfield
    15312 Recitation 6 Curry-Howard 2002-10-02 Joshua Dunfield (joshuad@cs) B. So in fact there is a second correspondence, between proofs and programs.
    Type Proof term Program Provability

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    33. Words And Other Things: Making It Explicit: Logical Expressivism
    As far as I can tell, getting a curryhoward correspondence for classical logic requires getting around to thinking about how to state the correspondence
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    There is nothing in Ch. 2, where logical expressivism is introduced, about quantifiers. At this point in the book, nothing has been said about objects, so I'm not sure what the quantifiers express since it is likely to be tied in with theoretical claims about objects. Modal operators aren't addressed in MIE, although they are tackled in the Locke Lectures. I don't remember that terribly well, although I think for the most part Brandom sticks to alethic modalities in S4 and S5. I could be wrong on this. I am almost positive he doesn't get to non-normal modal operators (to use Restall's terminology) such as the Kleene star. I currently have no idea what the Kleene star would express. I'm similarly unsure about intensional connectives as in relevant logic's fusion. It might be an interpretation similar to Restall's of application of data in the form of propositions to other data, although this is really speculative. There might be something in this.
    Something that I'm a little more immediately curious about is the status of translations of formulas. There are certain systems of logic that can be translated into others, e.g. S4 into intuitionistic logic. The conditional in S4 is classical, but the translation (in Goedel's translation at least) of the intuitionistic A->B looks like [](A'->B') where A' and B' are the translations of A and B. The classical conditional then will express a weaker acceptance of an inference but it will be modified in some way by the necessity operator in front. If the view of logic is right, one would expect the translation to preserve what is expressed in some form. I will have to track down the relevant part of the Locke Lectures in order to further test this idea.

    34. Light Leaks - Something Nice About Ccg
    By the CurryHoward correspondence, each derivation corresponds to a term in a proof calculus, which is a certain sort of lambda calculus (bi-linear lambda

    35. Ernest Hemingway Incoming Correspondence: H (#104) - John F. Kennedy Presidentia
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    The Lilly Correspondence, 1919-1954, consist of the correspondence of Josiah Kirby Lilly, 1893-1966, corporation executive of the Lilly Pharmaceutical Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, with bookdealers and individuals concerning the purchase of books and manuscripts for his library which reveal a concentration of interest in Edgar Allan Poe and James Whitcomb Riley, concerning the construction and equipment of Eaglecrest Library at his home, and his membership in the Grolier Club. Collection size: 6000 items (est.) For more information about this collection and any related materials contact the Public Services Department, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405. Call(812) 855-2452 or send an email using our Ask a Question form.

    37. Http// William Dudley Foulke A
    The bulk of the collection consists of Foulke s correspondence reflecting his literary Herbert, 18741964correspondence Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), William Dudley Foulke A Register of His Papers in the Library of Congress Prepared by Wilhelmena B. Curry and Paul G. Sifton Revised by Connie L. Cartledge Manuscript Division, Library of Congress Washington, D.C. Contact information: Finding aid encoded by Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Finding aid written in English. converted from EAD 1.0 to EAD 2002 Collection Summary Papers of William Dudley Foulke ca. 1470-1952 (bulk 1868-1935) Foulke, William Dudley, 1848-1935 2,500 items 12 containers plus 1 oversize 5.2 linear feet Collection material in English Manuscript Division, Library of Congress Washington, D.C. Lawyer, public official, and author from Indiana. Correspondence, diaries, journals, copybook, speeches, writings, notes, legal papers, clippings, printed material, and other papers, including a late fifteenth century fragment of the Tristram Saga obtained by Arthur Middleton Reeves on a trip to Iceland. The bulk of the collection consists of Foulke's correspondence reflecting his literary career and public service, including letters from Theodore Roosevelt discussing civil service reform, the Progressive movement, Woodrow Wilson, the World Court (Permanent Court of International Justice), and pacifism. Selected Search Terms The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog. They are grouped by name of person or organization, by subject or location, and by occupation and listed alphabetically therein.

    38. Bibliography Of Hugo Herbelin
    We interpret Gentzen s sequent calculus as a lambdacalculus, hence providing a Curry-Howard correspondence for sequent calculus.
    Research articles
    "An approach to call-by-name delimited continuations" ACM for your personal use - not for redistribution) errata bibtex entry
    Abstract: It has been shown by Saurin that de Groote's variant of Parigot's lambda-mu-calculus is strictly more expressive in the untyped case than Parigot's original calculus. We show that this additional expressivity exactly corresponds to adding delimited control so that de Groote's calculus can be seen as the exact call-by-name counterpart of Danvy and Filinski's shift-reset calculus. This "duality" is expressed in the lambda-mu-tp-hat-calculus which is lambda-mu-calculus equipped with a single dynamically-bound continuation variable denoting a resettable toplevel. An equational correspondence having already been proved in A type-theoretic foundation of delimited continuations for call-by-value lambda-mu-tp-hat and Danvy and Filinski's calculus, we simply show here the equivalence between call-by-name lambda-mu-tp-hat and de Groote's calculus. We continue with a comparative study of the operational semantics, continuation-passing-style semantics, and simple typing of both call-by-name and call-by-value versions. Finally, we show the existence of two other canonical calculus of delimited continuations. The first one morally forms an equational correspondance with Sabry's shift/lazy-reset calculus while the second one is a "lazy" version of de Groote's calculus.
    "Control Reduction Theories: the Benefit of Structural Substitution",

    39. Using Physician Correspondence And Postcard Reminders To Promote Mammography Use
    Using physician correspondence and postcard reminders to promote mammography use. S H Taplin, C Anderman, L Grothaus, S Curry, and D Montano

    40. Recent Papers - Atsushi Ohori
    The Logical Abstract Machine a CurryHoward isomorphism for machine code . Proc. This logical correspondence enables us to present and analyze various
    Ohori's home page
    Recent papers of Atsushi Ohori
    See also a list of papers with pointers to dvi files
    • Yutaka Matsuno and Atsushi Ohori. A Type System Equivalent to Static Single Assignment. to appear in ACM PPDP'06, 2006. (pdf file)
    • Huu-Duc Nguyen and Atsushi Ohori. Compiling ML Polymorphism with Explicit Layout Bitmap to appear in ACM PPDP'06, 2006. (pdf file)
    • Atsushi Ohori A Proof Theory for Machin Code ( To appear in ACM TOPLAS. A preliminary summary of some of the results were presented at the Fuji International Symposium on Functional and Logic Programming, 1999, as an invited paper entitled: ``The Logical Abstract Machine: A Curry-Howard Isomorphism for Machine Code,'' Springer LNCS 1722, pages 300318.) (pdf file) (revised Oct, 2005.)
    • Tomoyuki Higuchi, Atsushi Ohori A Static Type System for JVM Access Control ( ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 29(1): (2007) A preliminary summary of this paper appeared in Proceedings of ACM International Conference on Functional Programming, pages 227237, Uppsala, Sweden, 2003.) (pdf file) This paper presents a static type system for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) code that enforces an access control mechanism similar to that found in, for example, a Java implementation. In addition to verifying type consistency of a given JVM code, the type system statically verifies whether the code accesses only those resources that are granted by the prescribed access policy. The type system is proved to be sound with respect to an operational semantics that enforces access control dynamically, similar to Java stack inspection. This result ensures that ``well typed code cannot violate access policy.'' The authors then develop a type inference algorithm and show that it is sound with respect to the type system and that it always infers a minimal set of access privileges. These results allows us to develop a static system for JVM access control without resorting to costly runtime stack inspection.

    41. Closed Categories « The Unapologetic Mathematician
    This is (one way of viewing) the CurryHoward correspondence (and why it’s sometimes referred to as the Curry-Howard-Lawvere or Curry-Howard-Lambek
    The Unapologetic Mathematician
    Mathematics for the interested outsider
    Closed Categories
    A closed category is a symmetric monoidal category where each functor . By what we said yesterday , this means that there is a unique way to sew all these adjoints parametrized by together into a functor. The canonical example of such a category is the category of sets with the cartesian product as its monoidal structure. For each set we need an adjunction and one from should be in bijection with functions from to . And indeed we have such an adjunction: is the set of all functions from to we have the function , which takes two numbers and gives back a third: if we stick in and we get back . But what if we just stick in the first number of the pair? Then what we get back is a function that will take the second number and give us the sum: if we just feed in we get back the function . That is, we can see addition either as a function taking a pair of numbers to a number, or we can see it as a function , taking a number to a function from numbers to numbers.

    42. No Title
    Use of CurryHoward correspondance to prove the correctness of imperative an extension of Curry-Howard correspondence in a real mathematical theory,
    Next: Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London Up: Progress Report Previous: University of Padova
    Paris 7 site: scientific report
    Paris 7 team studies most of the aspects of the correspondance between proofs and programs. This work can be classified along the following lines: - Computational interpretations of classical logic - Computational content of true mathematical theorems - Use of Curry-Howard correspondance to prove the correctness of imperative programs. - Game semantics for classical linear logic - Type systems for computer languages - Development of the AF2 proof assistant
    Computational interpretations of classical logic. M. Parigot introduces in [ ] a computional interpretation of classical logic, called -calculus which has been widely studied. In [ ], he gives two proofs of strong normalisation for second order typed -calculus. The first one is an adaptation of the method of reducibility candidates introduced by J.Y. Girard for second order typed -calculus; the extension to the classical case requires in particular a simplification of the notion of reducibility candidate. The second one is a reduction to the intuitionistic case, using a kind of cps translation. In [ ], V. Danos, J.B. Joinet and H.D Schellinx, packed a comprehensive study of sequent calculi for classical logic, most notably LKT, LKQ and LKTQ, that one could embed in linear logic. In [

    43. Workshop On Implicit Computational Complexity
    Using the CurryHoward correspondence, we focus on the use of ELL as type system for lambda calculus, and more precisely, on type inference.
    Workshop on Implicit Computational Complexity
    as part of GEOCAL'06
    Marseille - Luminy
    February 13 - 17, 2006
    NEW: CFP, Special Issue of ACM ToCL on Implicit Computational Complexity Context : This workshop is part of Geometry of Computation 2006 ( a special series of events in theoretical computer science organized by the GEOCAL group and taking place at the CIRM from January 30 to March 3. Geocal06 is supported by the following institutions: CIRM CNRS Luminy ParisNord ... Programme (with Slides of the talks) and Abstracts Invited speakers Timetable of the week (3 workshops)
    : Implicit Computational Complexity (ICC) has emerged from various propositions to use logic and formal methods like types, rewriting systems... to provide languages for complexity-bounded computation, in particular for polynomial time computing.
    It aims at studying the computational complexity of programs without refering to a particular machine model and explicit bounds on time or memory, but instead by relying on logical or computational principles that entail complexity properties. Several approaches have been explored for that purpose, like linear logic, restrictions on primitive recursion, rewriting systems, types and lambda-calculus... They often rely on the functional programming paradigm.
    Two objectives of ICC are:
    - on the one hand to find natural implicit logical characterizations of functions of various complexity classes

    44. Woodruff Library Resources
    Also, extensive correspondence between Susie Bailey and her daughter Sue Bailey Thurman. Collection includes many photographs of Howard and Sue Bailey
    African-American Collections Related to Religious History in the Special Collections Department, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
    Compiled by: Randall K. Burkett
    Curator of African-American Collections
    Special Collections Department
    Robert W. Woodruff Library
    Emory University
    Atlanta, GA 30322-2870
    Black Print Culture

    Bailey-Thurman Papers
    . Papers of Isaac and Susie Bailey, Baptist religious leaders in Arkansas, colporteurs for the American Baptists, with print ephemera from Arkansas, books from their lending library, and the printed constitution of a late-19th century literary society they organized. Also, extensive correspondence between Susie Bailey and her daughter Sue Bailey Thurman. Collection includes many photographs of Howard and Sue Bailey Thurman. Finding aid available. Alexander Crummell Pamphlet Collection . (Founder, American Negro Academy, Episcopal priest d. 1895.) Approximately 20 black-published items from his personal library. Bibliographic records are available on EUCLID (Emory on-line catalog). Papers of the Civil Rights and Post-Civil Rights Movements Joan C. Browning Papers

    45. Record Unit 7103 - Herbert Spencer Barber Papers, 1903-1950
    Administration is the primary topic in folders of Leland Ossian Howard, Harold Morrison, and Sievert Allen Rohwer. correspondence exists with many
    Finding Aids to Personal Papers and
    Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives
    Record Unit 7103
    Herbert Spencer Barber Papers,
    By Richard H. Lytle and Leslie E. Sagle
    Introduction Historical Note Descriptive Entry Series Descriptions ... Series 1. NOTEBOOKS, 1903-1918, 12 VOLUMES. Series 2. OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE, 1904-1909, 1 BOUND VOLUME WITH PARTIAL INDEX. Series 3. CORRESPONDENCE, 1906-CIRCA 1939. Series 4. CORRESPONDENCE, CIRCA 1938-1950. Series 5. NOTES AND PAPERS. Series 6. ADD ACQUISITION, ACCESSION 89-014.
    This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
    Prominent correspondents are listed in the description of each series, followed by folder lists. Some Barber material remains in the Department of Entomology, notably random nomenclature and taxonomic notes on various genera of Chrysomelidae (.75 cubic foot) and card files of collecting and research work at Plummer's Island.
    SERIES 1.

    46. The Burton Howard And Angelina Carhart Tallmon Jones Papers
    folder 17 Curry (?) Boyardis (?) (1832). folder 18 L. Monroe Bricker (1955) . folder 14 Howard Caswell Jones, correspondence (19161989)
    The Burton Howard and Angelina Carhart Tallmon Jones Papers

    Complete Guide

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    or call (801) 585-3076. Summary Description Abstract: Biography
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    Administrative Information Restrictions : Materials must be used on-site; advance notice suggested. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
    Related Material : Photographs were transferred to the Multimedia Division of Special Collections (P1155). Donor Information : Acq Method: donated by Acq Name: Charles H. Walker Acq Date: October 2004 and January 2005 Processing Information : This collection was processed by Sabrina Baksh-Riches and Lisa DeMille on 2005. Index Terms These records are indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the J.Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog under these index terms.

    47. Work Projects Administration Collection, 1909-1971 (bulk 1930-1946)
    12, The American Guide Manual Manuscript and correspondence re . 192, Curry County - Pioneers. 1937. Example The Japanese Colony View all pages

    48. ICU.SPCL.ZABEL Guide To The Morton Dauwen Zabel Papers 1901-1964
    Series I correspondence and Items from Poetry A Magazine of Verse, . Richard PP 19311937 1 9 Blake, Howard 1934-1937 1 10 Bogan, Louise 192?

    49. Poynter Online - Romenesko
    Couric had her colonoscopy; now Curry has her bungee jump If Today show viewers respond to Ann Curry s jump the way they did to Katie Couric s

    50. Thomas Hawtin's Weblog
    Also it is normal to write a curry function as part of a functional library, e.g. C++ STL and JGA both call this function bind. Posted by Howard Lovatt on
    December 2007 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Today
    Tom Hawtin
    All Java Fluff Security Looking for a homeless Java programmer in southern England Scotland Dublin 1, Dublin

    The Closure proposal
    Main Using Applets in... Sunday August 27, 2006 Feeping Creaturism: New Fangled Closures vs Updated Local Classes Neal Gafter has weblogged more about the closure proposal ( Use cases for closures and Tennent's Correspondence Principle and Returning From a Closure Function types Function types are an extreme extension to the Java type system. Client code isn't going to use them. Pointless. BTW: To be clear, I'm not suggesting using the most general of interfaces. I don't want to see types of the form . I suggest interfaces allied to how the method will be used. The type documentation should be sufficiently concrete that the referring algorithm method @param should more or less specify just that it uses a particular type. Tennent's Correspondence Principle There are a couple of cases in which achieving Tennent's Correspondence with the closure proposal is not going to happen. Definite assignment goes out of the window. The exception simulating break, continue and return can be caught, or discarded by finally. A finally in an algorithm method wont be obvious to the application programmer. What is one to do? Discard exceptions caused by closing resources? Call std::abort Should there not be a correspondence between closures and local classes? That's got to be confusing - having two mechanisms that the compiler treats differently when asked to make up your mind. Code that could equally appear in outer methods, closures and inner classes should always have the same interpretation. I'm sure some syntax for qualifying the nested instance or outer method is more than doable. Old ambiguous code can throw up warnings.

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