Using Temporal Abstraction to Understand Recursive Programs Involving Side Effects

Joachim Laubsch, Marc Eisenstadt

This paper develops the notion of temporal abstraction, used originally for the automatic understanding of looping constructs, to account for a class of recursive programs involving side effects upon a relational data base. The programs may involve compositions of several side effects, and these side effects can occur either during descent or upon ascent from recursive calls.

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