An Interpretation of Typed Concurrent Objects in the Blue Calculus

Abstract

We propose an interpretation of a typed concurrent calculus of objects based on the model of Abadi and Cardelli imperative object calculus. The target of our interpretation is a version of the blue calculus, a variant of the pi-calculus that directly contains the lambda calculus, with record and first-order types. We show that reduction and type judgments can be derived in a rather simple and natural way, and that our encoding can be extended to self-types and synchronization primitives. We also prove some equational laws on objects.

Publication
In IFIP TCS 2000International Conference on Theoretical Computer Science