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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We document an operational method to construct reduction-free normalization functions. Starting from a reduction-based normalization function from a reduction semantics, i.e., the iteration of a one-step reduction function, we successively subject it to refocusing (i.e., deforestation of the intermediate successive terms in the reduction sequence), equational simplification, refunctionalization (i.e., the converse of defunctionalization), and direct-style transformation (i.e., the converse ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-04652-0_3 fatcat:ybiugnlkovfipimsal5zm2kuo4