[Haskell-cafe] Do you know the author of the paper "Semantic Lego" ?
ky3 at atamo.com
Mon Dec 29 08:56:54 UTC 2014
If you have any connections to Google employees, say those in Japan,
you could try that network.
Frankly, the whole idea of translating a published CS thesis is so
benign that this is a slamdunk for "Asking forgiveness is easier than
As in, upstanding citizens of sterling moral repute wouldn't bat an
eyelid over this.
On 12/29/14, Hidekazu IWAKI <i.hidekazu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Sirs.
> I want to introduce the monad theory as a modular denotational semantics.
> So I am translating a really nice paper "Semantic Lego" into Japanese.
> But I have not be able to get the agreement of translating and
> publishing on the web.
> I already sent e-mails to two contact address. I know them from his homepage
> However the addresses are not use both them.
> So anyone know him and his e-mail address, could you please forward
> the following mail to
> the author Dr. David Espinosa ?
> It should be noted he seems to work at Google.
> My name is IWAKI Hidekazu and I am an amateur researcher of computer science
> and a Japanese Wikipedian. I am a Japanese living in Japan.
> I am concerning the methods of modular denotational semantics(the
> theory of monads).
> But for example Lian,Hudak or Wadler's paper is so difficult or not
> clear. so I can not explain the theory.
> Your Ph.D thesis "Semantic Lego" is so nice paper for learning the methods.
> It is very important for every computer scientists and functional
> programmer interesting in the theory of Monad.
> I want to translate this paper to Japanese. So could you give me the
> agreement ofJapanese translation?
> I am looking forward to hearing from you.
> Faithfully yours.
> *岩城 秀和（いわき ひでかず）
> *メール: i.hidekazu at gmail.com
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