ECOOP 2015
Sun 5 - Fri 10 July 2015 Prague, Czech Republic
Mon 6 Jul 2015 16:10 - 16:30 at Moravia III - Gradual Typing

Gradually typed programming languages aim to improve software maintenance by allowing programmers to selectively add type annotations to untyped programs. Run-time checks ensure that these typed portions interact soundly with unannotated parts of the program. These checks, however, may introduce unacceptable performance overhead. The extent of the overhead has not been systematically studied and no common methodology exists to diagnose such problems. In this position paper, we propose an idea for a framework for evaluating the performance of a gradual type system.

Conference Day
Mon 6 Jul

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16:10 - 17:10
Gradual TypingSTOP at Moravia III
16:10
20m
Talk
Position Paper: Performance Evaluation for Gradual Typing
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A: Asumu TakikawaNortheastern University, A: Daniel FelteyNortheastern University, A: Ben GreenmanNortheastern University, A: Max New, A: Jan VitekNortheastern University, A: Matthias FelleisenNortheastern University
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16:30
20m
Talk
Towards Absolutely Efficient Gradually Typed Languages
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A: Andre KuhlenschmidtIndiana University, A: Deyaaeldeen AlmahallawiIndiana University, A: Jeremy G. SiekIndiana University
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16:50
20m
Talk
Towards a Static Type Checker for Python
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A: Francisco OrtinUniversity of Oviedo, A: Baltasar García Perez-Schofield, A: José Manuel Redondo LópezUniversity of Oviedo
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