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A Curry-Howard Correspondence for Event-Based Programming

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Event-driven programming is based on a natural abstraction: an event is a computation that can eventually return a value. This talk shows how to exploit the intuition relating events and time by drawing a Curry- Howard correspondence between a functional event-driven programming language and a linear-time temporal logic. In this logic, the eventually proposition ◇A describes the type of events, and Girard’s linear logic describes the effectful and concurrent nature of the programs.

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

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