Journal of Functional Programming

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Journal of Functional Programming  
Discipline Computer science
Language English
Edited by Matthias Felleisen, Jeremy Gibbons
Publication details
Cambridge University Press (United Kingdom)
Publication history
Frequency Bimonthly
ISSN 0956-7968 (print)
1469-7653 (web)

The Journal of Functional Programming[1] is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering the design, implementation, and application of functional programming languages, spanning the range from mathematical theory to industrial practice. Topics covered include functional languages and extensions, implementation techniques, reasoning and proof, program transformation and synthesis, type systems, type theory, language-based security, memory management, parallelism and applications. The journal is of interest to computer scientists, software engineers, programming language researchers, and mathematicians interested in the logical foundations of programming. Philip Wadler was editor-in-chief from 1990–2004. The journal is indexed in Zentralblatt MATH.

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