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Wed 22 Jan 2020 11:45 - 12:07 at POPL-A - Reasoning about Program Complexity/Efficiency

The main way of analyzing the complexity of a program is that of extracting and solving a recurrence that expresses its running time in terms of the size of its input. We develop a method that automatically extracts such recurrences from the syntax of higher-order recursive functional programs. The resulting recurrences, which are programs in a call-by-name language with recursion, explicitly compute the running time in terms of the size of the input. In order to achieve this in a uniform way that covers both call-by-name and call-by-value evaluation strategies, we use Call-by-Push-Value (CBPV) as an intermediate language. Finally, we use domain theory to develop a denotational cost semantics for the resulting recurrences.

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Wed 22 Jan

POPL-2020-Research-Papers
11:45 - 12:30: Research Papers - Reasoning about Program Complexity/Efficiency at POPL-A
POPL-2020-Research-Papers11:45 - 12:07
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G. A. KavvosWesleyan University, Edward MorehouseWesleyan University, Dan LicataWesleyan University, Norman DannerWesleyan University
POPL-2020-Research-Papers12:07 - 12:30
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Martin Adam Thomas HandleyUniversity of Nottingham, Niki VazouIMDEA Software Institute, Graham HuttonUniversity of Nottingham, UK