APPSEM II: Applied Semantics

Funding:

IST Thematic Network IST-2001-38957, EUR 400,000 (Leicester: not fixed)

Duration:

January 2003 - December 2005

Summary:

The objective of this work is to maintain and further develop an existing European network for technology transfer in the field of application-oriented semantics of programming languages. Programming languages are (next to algorithms and software engineering) one of the essential ingredients of software development. They therefore have a huge economic impact: better programming languages and a better understanding of existing ones will lead to higher productivity, reduced maintainence, and increased software reuse. Europe is a hotbed of programming language research with many internationally respected experts, both in semantic theory of programming languages, and in implementation. The theoretical results and expertise that are available in the consortium will be used to solve problems relating to programming languages. At the same time, and enabled by these practical problems, the theoretical toolbox will be further developed.

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N Ghani (Site Leader), Simon Ambler, R Crole

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