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Aspect-Oriented Programming is Quantification and Obliviousness - Filman, Friedman (ResearchIndex)
Dan Friedman proposes a definition of AOP, introduces a taxonomy of AOP approaches and discusses a couple of general issues. As could be expected from the author, the writing is excellent.
paper  AOP  DanFriedman  language  DanielPFriedman  DanielFriedman  RobertEFilman  RobertFilman 
april 2007 by rafaeldff
Jonathan Sobel: Categorical Semantics (Dan Friedman's 60th Birthday) - Google Video
Another cool video from Dan Friedman's 60th birthday event. This is Jonathan Sobel (very) briefly describing category theory as a semantic model and as a basis for compiler/interpreter implementations.
video  presentation  JonathanSobel  CategoryTheory  Category  theory  CS  computerscience  programming  language  implementation  design  semantics  formal  formalism  DanFriedman 
march 2007 by rafaeldff
Daniel P Friedman: A Celebration
"On December 3 and 4 of 2004, the Computer Science Department at Indiana University hosted this conference on the occasion of Dan's sixtieth birthday...." Videos of the speeches available (Guy Steele's one is particularly cool).
conference  celebration  DanFriedman  DanielFriedman  programming  language  lecture  lectures  video  presentation  presentations  GuySteele 
february 2007 by rafaeldff

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