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ACM SIGPLAN ASIA-PEPM 2002, Asian Symposium on Partial Evaluation and Semantics-Based Program Manipulation

Aizu, Japan
September 12-14, 2002

Program

Yoshihiko Futamura, Zenjiro Konishi and Robert Glück
"Automatic generation of efficient string matching algorithms by generalized partial computation"
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Robert Glück
"Jones optimality, binding-time improvements, and the strength of program specializers"
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Tim Sheard and Nathan Linger
"Search-based binding time analysis using type-directed pruning"
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Mads Sig Ager, Olivier Danvy and Henning Korsholm Rohde
"On obtaining Knuth, Morris, and Pratt's string matcher by partial evaluation"
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Nevin Heintze
"Aliasing analysis for a million lines of C"
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Reynald Affeldt, Hidehiko Masuhara, Eijiro Sumii and Akinori Yonezawa
"Supporting objects in run-time bytecode specialization"
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Jung Gyu Park and Myong-Soon Park
"Using indexed data structures for program specialization"
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Saman P. Amarasinghe
"Defying the speed of light: a spatially-aware compiler for wire-exposed architectures"
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Futoshi Iwama and Naoki Kobayashi
"A new type system for JVM lock primitives"
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Dana N. Xu and Siau-Cheng Khoo
"Compiling real time functional reactive programming"
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Pablo E. Martínez López and John Hughes
"Principal type specialisation"
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Siau-Cheng Khoo and Kun Shi
"Output-constraint specialization"
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Hongwei Xi
"Unifying object-oriented programming with typed functional programming"
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Janis Voigtländer
"Using circular programs to deforest in accumulating parameters"
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Andrei P. Nemytykh
"A note on elimination of simplest recursions"
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