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The 9th International ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming

PPDP 2007

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Logic, Constraint, and Functional Programming
Database, AI and Knowledge Representation Languages
Visual Programming
Executable Specification for Languages
Applications of Declarative Programming
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Declarative Aspects of Object-Oriented Programming
Concurrent Extensions to Declarative Languages
Declarative Mobile Computing
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Type and Module Systems
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