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A Geometry of Interaction semantics for TensorFlow

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TensorFlow is one of the most popular machine learning libraries, developed and maintained by the Google Brain team. TensorFlow has numerous applications, from automatic captioning of images to machine translation. This talk will introduce the standard style of programming TensorFlow via its Python binding, then it will describe an alternative, idealised functional programming language inspired by it. We will show how the semantics of this language can be naturally specified using the recently developed Dynamic GoI machine, which combines both token-passing and graph-rewriting rules. This is joint work with Koko Muroya.

This talk is part of the Theoretical computer science seminar series.

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