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Philip L Wadler

from Stirling, NJ
Age ~44

Philip Wadler Phones & Addresses

  • 64 Winding Way, Stirling, NJ 07980 (908) 626-9252
  • Cupertino, CA

Publications

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Introduction to Functional Programming

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Author

Philip Wadler

ISBN #

0134841891

Functional Programming, Glasgow 1991: Proceedings of the 1991 Glasgow Workshop on Functional Programming, Portree, Isle of Skye, 12-14 August 1991

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Author

Philip Wadler

ISBN #

0387197605

Java Generics And Collections

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Author

Philip Wadler

ISBN #

0596527756

Functional And Logic Programming: 8th International Symposium, FLOPS 2006, Fuji-susono, Japan, April 24-26, 2006, Proceedings

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Author

Philip Wadler

ISBN #

3540334386

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Philip Wadler

About:
Born:

08 April 1956

Work:
Area of science:

Computer scientist


Position:

Author • Computer scientist

Education:
Studied at:

Stanford University • Carnegie Mellon University


Academic degree:

Academics of the University of Glasgow • Academics of the University of Edinburgh • Professor


Area of science:

Functional programming • Informatics

Skills & Activities:
Ascribed status:

Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh • Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery


Skill:

Computer science

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Automatic Notification And Response Based On Communication Flow Expressions

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US Patent:
2003021, Nov 20, 2003
Filed:
Jun 26, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/184325
Inventors:
Joann Ordille - South Orange NJ,
Thomas Petsche - Neshanic Station NJ,
Philip Wadler - Stirling NJ,
International Classification:
H04M011/00
US Classification:
379/088130
Abstract:
A disclosed notification and response system enables applications to communicate with recipients using a number of different media. The notification and response system (i) sends requests to one or more recipients, using the medium specified by each individual recipient; (ii) collects and processes responses; and (iii) forwards the responses to their final destination by means of the medium specified by the final destination. Applications frame requests in at least one supported human language and media format, and the request is delivered to the appropriate recipient(s), according to their preferences. Communication flow expressions specify the recipients for a given request, and how, when and where each recipient shall receive the request. Requests are dynamically updated, and the parameters of a communication flow expression are not evaluated, until the request is delivered. Communication flow rules specify recipient's communication preferences and tailor communication flows to characteristics of the sender, the topic or scheduling constraints. Communication flow expressions are evaluated using a three-valued logic: notification failure (maybe), response failure (false) and response success (true). Primitives specify simultaneous or sequential contact, and when execution of the sub-expression should terminate by defining a logical combination of success test results.
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