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By Nancy B. Stern

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The least Scott-closed set containing X is written X·. A set is left-closed if it satisfies (2). 31 Given a domain D, then P D, the Hoare (or partial correctness) pouierdomuin. is formed by taking as elements all non-empty Scott-closed sets, ordered by subset inclusion. In terms of category theory, P is a functor, and so can also be applied to a continuous function between domains (a morphism in the category of domains) to give a continuous function between powerdomains. If f : D --+ E , then P f : P D --+ P E is defined thus: '1XEPD:(PJ) (X) = {fxJxEX}" Some continuous functions over powerdomains are given in the following definition.

O"k)(el, ... , ek))[xa := e'l (insir"'I .... ,O"k) eH·rO" := e'l (lifto" e)[xO" := e'] = = F1i(e) FV(edU(FV(ed - {xO"}) U7"'1 FV(e;) Uf"'l FV(ei) FV(e) FV(e) fix(O"_q)_O" (e[xO" := e'[) let xo" = (el [xO" := e'[) in e2 let xo" = (edyT := e'l) in e2[yT := e'l provided yT f:. ak)(el[xO" := e'l,···, edx a := e'l) tuplesr"'I"","'k)(el[Xa := e'], .. ) (e[x'" := e'D lift", (e[xa := e'D All the important properties of the typed lambda calculus that have been discussed so far remain true of this extended language, and are recorded in this section for future reference.

An extensive index of symbols is given at the end of the book. 17 Chapter 2 Operational and Denotational Semantics of the Typed Lambda Calculus The typed lambda calculus with constants plays an important role in the theory of functional programming. Programs in any functional language can be translated into the typed lambda calculus, and so it is, in a sense, the canonical functional programming language; it allows us to study properties of functional languages without referring to the specific concrete syntax of any particular language.

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