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[Journal of Functional and Logic Programming]
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Published by MIT Press. Copyright 1995 Massachusetts Institute of
The Journal of Functional and Logic Programming (JFLP) is a relatively new electronic journal. It covers a broad scope of topics from functional and logic programming. It is specially concerned with the integration of the functional and logic paradigms as well as their common foundations. The JFLP expects articles ranging from the theoretical foundations of functional and logic programming up to the application of such languages "in the real
world." JFLP is published by The MIT Press.
All articles are published electronically using the facilities of the Internet, such as ftp and World Wide-Web in order to provide fast and flexible access to all articles, from all over the world. Similarly, articles have to be submitted electronically to minimize publication delays. Nevertheless, all articles have to pass a standard peer review by our board of editors, to ensure quality.
The call for papers is available both in DVI- and PostScript-format.
There is further information on a number of topics.
- Articles published in the journal.
- The main areas covered by JFLP.
- What is electronic publishing and how does it work for JFLP?
- Submitting an article to JFLP.
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- Visit our co-journal, the
Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science (CJTCS), which is also published electronically by The MIT Press
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