Popl 96: 23rd Annual ACM SIGPLAN-SIGACT Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages

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  • ISBN-13: 9780897917698
  • Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
  • Publication date: 10/28/1996
  • Pages: 432

Table of Contents

Is it a Tree, a DAG, or a Cyclic Graph? A Shape Analysis for Heap-Directed Pointers in C 1
Solving Shape-Analysis Problems in Languages with Destructive Updating 16
Points-to Analysis in Almost Linear Time 32
What Are Principal Typings and What Are They Good For? 42
Putting Type Annotations to Work 54
Using Parameterized Signatures to Express Modular Structure 68
Faster Checking of Software Specifications by Eliminating Isomorphs 79
Optimization and Relaxation in Constraint Logic Languages 91
Pure versus Impure LISP 104
On the Complexity of Beta-Reduction 110
Filter Fusion 119
'C: A Language for High-Level, Efficient, and Machine-Independent Dynamic Code Generation 131
A General Approach for Run-Time Specialization and its Application to C 145
Discovering Auxiliary Information for Incremental Computation 157
From Region Inference to von Neumann Machines via Region Representation Inference 171
A Practical and Flexible Flow Analysis for Higher-Order Languages 184
Trace-Based Program Analysis 195
Iterated Register Coalescing 208
Generating Machine Specific Optimizing Compilers 219
Minimum Cost Interprocedural Register Allocation 230
Type-Directed Partial Evaluation 242
A Modal Analysis of Staged Computation 258
Typed Closure Conversion 271
Revisiting Catamorphisms over Datatypes with Embedded Functions (or, Programs form Outer Space) 284
Concurrent Haskell 295
A Provably Time-Efficient Parallel Implementation of Full Speculation 309
Static Analysis to Reduce Synchronization Costs in Data-Parallel Programs 322
Functional Computation as Concurrent Computation 333
Composing Processes 344
Linearity and the Pi-Calculus 358
The Reflexive CHAM and the Join-Calculus 372
Bisimilarity for a First-Order Calculus of Objects with Subtyping 386
An Interpretation of Objects and Object Types 396
Proving the Correctness of Reactive Systems Using Sized Types 410
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