[Haskell-cafe] Strict and non-strict vs eager and lazy, was C onfused about Cyclic struture

Bayley, Alistair Alistair_Bayley at ldn.invesco.com
Tue Jul 19 04:03:29 EDT 2005

> From: Bernard Pope [mailto:bjpop at cs.mu.OZ.AU] 
> I should have mentioned this paper:
> @article{Tremblay01,
>   author=       {G. Tremblay},
>   title=        {Lenient evaluation is neither strict nor lazy},
>   journal=      {Computer Languages},
>   volume=       {26},
>   number=       {1},
>   pages=        {43--66},
>   year=         {2001},
> }
> (however I think he says that Haskell is lazy!)

Thanks. Do you have a link to a free (beer) version? I don't have an ACM

I found this related paper, which was useful:
How Much Non-strictness do Lenient Programs Require?

(unrelated) BTW, I found this, which sounds similar to the STM in GHC 6.4.
Again, does anyone have a link to a free version?

P. Tinker and M. Katz. Parallel execution of sequential Scheme with


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