Lightweight Java (LJ) is a fully formalized and extensible minimal imperative fragment of Java. The language was designed for academic purposes within the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. The definition of LJ was proven type-sound in Isabelle/HOL.
- ↑ Strniša, Rok; Sewell, Peter; Parkinson, Matthew (2007-10-21). "The java module system: core design and semantic definition" (in en). ACM SIGPLAN Notices - Proceedings of the 2007 OOPSLA Conference, Montreal, Quebec (Association for Computing Machinery) 42 (10): 499–514. doi:10.1145/1297105.1297064. ISBN 978-1-59593-786-5. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1297105.1297064.
- ↑ Strniša, Rok. "Lightweight Java". https://rok.strnisa.com/research/lj/.
- ↑ Strniša, Rok; Parkinson, Matthew (2011-02-07). "Lightweight Java". Archive of Formal Proofs. ISSN 2150-914X. https://www.isa-afp.org/entries/LightweightJava.html. Retrieved 2019-11-25.
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