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By Johan Jeuring, Alex Gerdes, Bastiaan Heeren (auth.), Viktória Zsók, Zoltán Horváth, Rinus Plasmeijer (eds.)

This quantity provides the revised lecture notes of chosen talks given on the Fourth relevant ecu practical Programming institution, CEFP 2011, held in June 2011 in Budapest, Hungary. The eleven revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed by means of specialists on useful programming and revised in keeping with the experiences. The lectures disguise a variety of dispensed and multicore sensible programming matters. The final 2 papers are chosen papers of the PhD Workshop prepared for the contributors of the summer season school.

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Not all sequences make sense, however. An exercise gives us an initial term (say t0 ), and we are only interested in sequences of rules that can be applied successively to this term. Suppose that we have terms (denoted by ti ) and rules (denoted by ri ), and let ti+1 be the result of applying rule ri to term ti by means of function apply. Function apply takes a refinement or a rewrite rule and a term, tries to unify the term with the left-hand side of the rule, and, if it succeeds, applies the substitution obtained from unification to the right-hand side of the rule to obtain the rewritten or refined rule.

The other rules are administrative: the navigation rules up and down are introduced by the somewhere combinator, whereas not comes from the use of repeat. Also observe that each Enter step has a matching Exit step. In principle, a label can be visited multiple times by a strategy. The example clearly shows that we determine at each point in the derivation where we are in the strategy by enumerating the Enter steps without their corresponding Exit step. Based on this information we can fine-tune the feedback messages that are reported when a student submits an incorrect answer, or when she asks for a hint on how to continue.

It distinguishes itself from traditional WFMSs in many ways: – The iTask system is a monadic [22] combinator library in the pure and lazy functional programming language Clean. The constructed WFMS application is embedded in Clean where the combinators are used to define how tasks are composed. Tasks are defined by higher-order functions which are pure and self contained. – Most WFMSs take a workflow description specified in a workflow description language (WDL) and generate a partial workflow application that still requires substantial coding effort.

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