[Haskell-cafe] ICFP07 Accepted Papers

Matthew Fluet (ICFP Publicity Chair) icfp.publicity at googlemail.com
Fri Jun 15 10:52:54 EDT 2007

                           Accepted Papers
    ICFP 2007: International Conference on Functional Programming
                 Freiburg, Germany, 1-3 October 2007

The ICFP 2007 Program Chair and Committee are pleased to announce that
the following papers have been accepted for the conference.

Additional information regarding the final program, invited speakers,
and registration will be forthcoming.  However, the Local Arrangements
Chair offers the following advice regarding hotel reservations:

 * As September and October is Freiburg's main tourist season, it is
   important that participants book hotel rooms early.  The blocks of
   hotel rooms reserved for ICFP participants will be held until
   August 1.  It is expected that many downtown hotels will be fully
   booked at the time of the conference.  [However, there should be
   little to no penalty for cancelling a hotel room reservation after
   August 1.]

More details regarding accommodation and travel may be obtained from
the ICFP 2007 Local Information webpage:

                           Accepted papers

A Generic Usage Analysis with Subeffect Qualifiers
    by Jurriaan Hage, Stefan Holdermans, Arie Middelkoop

Experience Report: A Haskell interpreter for CellML
    by Jonathan Cooper, Steve McKeever

A type directed translation of MLF to System-F
    by Daan Leijen

A Type System for Recursive Modules
    by Derek Dreyer

Adding Delimited and Composable Control to a Production Programming
    by Matthew Flatt, Gang Yu, Robert Bruce Findler, Matthias Felleisen

Bidirectionalization Transformation based on Automatic Derivation of View
  Complement Functions
    by Kazutaka Matsuda, Zhenjiang Hu, Keisuke Nakano, Makoto Hamana,
         Masato Takeichi

Experience Report: Building an Eclipse-based IDE for Haskell
    by Leif Frenzel

Compiling with Continuations, Continued
    by Andrew J. Kennedy

Constructor specialisation for Haskell programs
    by Simon Peyton Jones

Evaluating High-Level Distributed Language Constructs
    by Jan Nystrom, Phil Trinder, David King

Extensible Pattern Matching via a Lightweight Language Extension
    by Don Syme, Gregory Neverov, James Margetson

Faster laziness using dynamic pointer tagging
    by Simon Marlow, Alexey Rodriguez, Simon Peyton Jones

Feedback Directed Implicit Parallelism
    by Tim Harris, Satnam Singh

Finger Trees in Russell
    by Matthieu Sozeau

Functional Pearl: The Great Escape
    by David Herman

Experience Report: Functional Programming in C-Rules
    by Jeremy Wazny

Inductive Reasoning about Effectful Data Types
    by Andrzej Filinski, Kristian Stoevring

iTasks: Executable Specifications of Interactive Work Flow Systems for the
    by Rinus Plasmeijer, Peter Achten, Pieter Koopman

Lazy Call-By-Value Evaluation
    by Frank Huch, Bernd Brassel, Sebastian Fischer, Michael Hanus,
         German Vidal

McErlang: A Model Checker for a Distributed Functional Programming Language
    by Lars-Åke Fredlund, Hans Svensson

On Barron and Strachey's Cartesian Product Function
    by Michael Spivey, Olivier Danvy

Ott: Effective Tool Support for the Working Semanticist
    by Peter Sewell, Francesco Zappa Nardelli, Scott Owens, Gilles Peskine,
         Thomas Ridge, Susmit Sarkar, Rok Strnisa

Relating Complexity and Precision in Control Flow Analysis
    by David Van Horn, Harry Mairson

Experience Report: Scheme in Commercial Web Application Development
    by Noel Welsh, David Gurnell

Stream Fusion: From Lists to Streams to Nothing at All
    by Duncan Coutts, Roman Leshchinskiy, Don Stewart

Tangible Functional Programming
    by Conal Elliott

Termination Analysis and Call Graph Construction for Higher-Order Functional
    by Damien Sereni

The Portable R6RS Syntax System
    by Abdulaziz Ghuloum, R. Kent Dybvig

Experience Report: The Reactis Validation Tool
    by Steve Sims, Daniel C. DuVarney

Type-safe Higher-order Channels in ML-like Languages
    by Sungwoo Park

User-Friendly Functional Programming for Web Mashups
    by Rob Ennals, David Gay

Experience Report: Using Functional Programming to Manage a Linux
    by Clifford Beshers, David Fox, Jeremy Shaw
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