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Welltyped programs cant be blamed Philip Wadler University of Edinburgh Robert Bruce Findler University of Chicago Abstract We introduce the blame calculus which adds the notion of blame from Findler

We charac terise where positive and negative blame can arise by decomposing the usual notion of subtype into positive and negative subtyping and show that these recombine to yield naive subtyping Naive typ ing has previously appeared in type systems

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Welltyped programs cant be blamed Philip Wadler University of Edinburgh Robert Bruce Findler University of Chicago Abstract We introduce the blame calculus which adds the notion of blame from Findler






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