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MIU in Curry

More than two years ago, my colleague Denis Firsov and I gave a series of three Theory Lunch talks about the MIU string rewriting system from Douglas Hofstadter’s MU puzzle. The first talk was about a Haskell implementation of MIU, the second talk was an introduction to the functional logic programming language Curry, and the third talk was about a Curry implementation of MIU. The blog articles MIU in Haskell and A taste of Curry are write-ups of the first two talks. However, a write-up of the third talk has never seen the light of day so far. This is changed with this article. Continue reading

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A taste of Curry

Curry is a programming language that integrates functional and logic programming. Last week, Denis Firsov and I had a look at Curry, and Thursday, I gave an introductory talk about Curry in the Theory Lunch. This blog post is mostly a write-up of my talk. Continue reading