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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
InterpreterLib is a Haskell library for building and composing modular syntactic and semantic definitions. We identify two forms of composition within this domain. Composition along syntax combines semantics for denoting differing term spaces to a common denotational domain. Composition along semantics combines semantics for denoting a common term space to differing domains. We demonstrate these composition mechanisms by applying InterpreterLib to examples and then relate our experiences withdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-02655-3_12 fatcat:zifoctrvdvcezphqotnidowulq