Types-list -- TYPES forum

 

The TYPES Forum
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TYPES is a moderated e-mail forum focusing on Type Theory in Computer Science, with a broad view of the subject encompassing semantical, categorical, operational, and proof theoretical topics, as well as algorithmic issues and applications. Typical topics include:
Typed, untyped, or polymorphic lambda calculus; type checking, inference, and reconstruction; subtyping, dependent types, calculus of constructions, the lambda cube; linear logic, the Curry-Howard correspondence; recursive types; adequate and fully abstract models; domain theory; category theory; term reduction, normalization, confluence; abstract data types; type systems for object-oriented, concurrent, distributed, and mobile programming.
Comments and criticisms of results in the literature, open problems, and research queries are encouraged.

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Archives: The current archive contains messages sent since September 2003. Earlier messages appear in this archive.

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Types-list History
The Types Forum was originated by Albert Meyer and continued by Philip Wadler, Benjamin Pierce, Stephanie Weirich, and Derek Dreyer. The list is currently moderated by Dimitrios Vytiniotis.


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