We currently meet Fridays, 11:30–12:30pm in Ryerson 277. Bring a three sentence summary of the paper.
|2017–1–13||Polymorphism, Subtyping, and Type Inference in MLsub (POPL ’17) (ICFP ’15 Video)||Brian|
|2017–1–20||Compiling Without Continuations (In submission)||Kavon|
|2017–1–27||Learning Refinement Types (ICFP ’15) (Video)||Brian|
|2017–2–03||Refinement Reflection (or, how to turn your favorite language into a proof assistant using SMT) (draft)||Brian|
|2017–2–17||Language primitives and type discipline for structured communication-based programming (ESOP ’98)||Brian|
To suggest a paper, open an issue on the Github page. We’ll close the issue when we schedule the paper.
For the Fall 2016 term, we met on Fridays, 12:30pm–1:30pm in Ryerson 276.
|2016–10–14||Semi-Automated SVG Programming via Direct Manipulation||Brian|
|2016–10–21||Automatic Generation of Peephole Superoptimizers||Kavon|
|2016–10–28||Dag-Calculus: A Calculus for Parallel Computation||Kavon|
|2016–11–04||A correspondence between rooted planar maps and normal planar lambda terms||Joe|
The Programming Languages Reading Group, part of PL research at UChicago, is an occasional, informal meeting to discuss interesting PL papers. Food is provided. Visitors welcome!
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