[Agda] CFP for MSFP 2014
n.krishnaswami at cs.bham.ac.uk
Tue Oct 15 15:59:05 CEST 2013
Fifth Workshop on
MATHEMATICALLY STRUCTURED FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING
12 April 2014, in Grenoble, France.
A satellite workshop of ETAPS 2014
The fifth workshop on Mathematically Structured Functional Programming
is devoted to the derivation of functionality from structure. It is a
celebration of the direct impact of Theoretical Computer Science on
programs as we write them today. Modern programming languages, and in
particular functional languages, support the direct expression of
mathematical structures, equipping programmers with tools of remarkable
power and abstraction. Where would Haskell be without monads? Functional
reactive programming without temporal logic? Call-by-push-value without
adjunctions? The list goes on. This workshop is a forum for researchers
who seek to reflect mathematical phenomena in data and control.
The first MSFP workshop was held in Kuressaare, Estonia, in July 2006,
affiliated with MPC 2006 and AMAST 2006. The second MSFP workshop was
held in Reykjavik, Iceland as part of ICALP 2008. The third MSFP
workshop was held in Baltimore, USA, as part of ICFP 2010. The fourth
workshop was held in Tallinn, Estonia, as part of ETAPS 2012.
Abstract 24 December 2013
Submission 31 December 2013
Notification 3 February 2014
Final version 10 February 2014
Workshop 12 April 2014
To be announced.
Andreas Abel, Chalmers and Gothenburg University
Neil Ghani, The University of Strathclyde
Makoto Hamana, Gunma University
Neelakantan R. Krishnaswami (co-chair), University of Birmingham
Paul Blain Levy (co-chair), University of Birmingham
Rasmus Møgelberg, IT University of Copenhagen
Russell O'Connor, McMaster University
Papers must report previously unpublished work and not be submitted
concurrently to another conference with refereed proceedings. Accepted
papers must be presented at the workshop by one of the authors, and will
be published under the auspices of EPTCS under a Creative Commons
There is no specific page limit, but authors should strive for brevity.
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