DSL 2011: IFIP Working Conference on Domain-Specific Languages

6–8 September 2011, Bordeaux, France

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Distilled Tutorials on Domain-Specific Languages

The tutorials are part of the DSL conference. The purpose of these tutorials are not to give a general overview, but to make the attendees aware of one point and to make them master it. For example, the printf function in ML is such a point, and the natural associated exercise is to extend its directives with, eg, pairs or lists. The tutorial will be with exercises for the audience and evaluation for the speaker.

  • Jerzy Karczmarczuk.  Specific "scientific" data structures, and their processing
  • Oleg Kiselyov.  Implementing explicit and finding implicit sharing in embedded DSLs
  • Keiko Nakata.  Resumption-based big-step and small-step interpreters for While with interactive I/O
  • Josef Svenningsson.  Combining deep and shallow embeddings for EDSLs
  • Veronica Gaspes  and Walid Taha.  Accurate programming: thinking about programs in terms of properties
  • William Cook.  Build your own partial evaluator in 90 minutes
  • Olivier Danvy.  Proper tail recursion in an abstract machine
  • Oleg Kiselyov and Chung-chieh Shan.  Domain-specific natural languages
  • Jeremy Gibbons.  Maximum segment sum, monadically
  • Juliusz Chroboczek.  Sequentialising a concurrent program using continuation-passing style