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To our knowledge, verifying compiler principles were actively developed and implemented in a major research product in the 1970s, in relation to the concept of abstract data types [1]. The ALPHARD language [35] designed and implemented at Carnegie-Mellon University in mid-1970s was intended as the language of developing correct (verified) algorithms based on abstract data types. Each abstract data type (referred to as form in APLHARD) should have its formal specification, alongside with the implementation.

The invariants should be formally checked to hold on performing each abstract operation on an object controlled by the form. ALPHARD didn’t become an industrial programming language but served as an advanced prototype to stimulate further research in the area of verifying compilers. A novel approach to verifying compiler that (please let me suppose so) was inspired by ideas of ALPHARD, is implemented in the Spec# project [11] by Microsoft Research. Spec# is an extension of C# by formal specifications in design-by-contract style.

Actually, the idea of a verifying compiler is much older. Hoare [7] referred to early computing papers of the 1940s–1950s by Turing and McCarthy as laying foundations of that concept. To our knowledge, verifying compiler principles were actively developed and implemented in a major research product in the 1970s, in relation to the concept of abstract data types [1]. The ALPHARD language [35] designed and implemented at Carnegie-Mellon University in mid-1970s was intended as the language of developing correct (verified) algorithms based on abstract data types.

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