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A Tribute to John Reynolds II

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In this talk, written in honor of John Reynolds’s memory, I will outline Reynolds’s work on the semantics of imperative programming from a historical perspective, focusing on his 1981 paper “The Essence of Algol”. It is a repeat of my talk at the MFPS in the Reynolds memorial session and covers my recent work based on the Reynolds model for Idealized Algol.

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