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Proceedings of the Workshop on Algorithmic Aspects of Advanced Programming Languages: WAAAPL'99: Paris, France, September 30, 1999

The first Workshop on Algorithmic Aspects of Advanced Programming Languages was held on September 30, 1999, in Paris, France, in conjunction with the PLI'99 conferences and workshops. The choice of programming languages has a huge effect on the algorithms and data structures that are to be implemented in that language. Traditionally, algorithms and data structures have been studied in the context of imperative languages. This workshop considers the algorithmic implications of choosing an advanced functional or logic programming language instead. A total of eight papers were selected for presentation at the workshop, together with an invited lecture by Robert Harper. We would like to thank Dider Remv, general chair of PLI'99, for his assistance in organizing this workshop.

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Computer Science
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Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
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Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports, CUCS-023-99
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April 21, 2011
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