## 161 Citations

Mathematical Logic in Computer Science

- Computer ScienceArXiv
- 2018

The article retraces major events and milestones in the mutual influences between mathematical logic and computer science since the 1950s.

Exploitation as code reuse: On the need of formalization

- Computer Science, Engineeringit Inf. Technol.
- 2017

The need for modeling exploit computations and possible formal approaches to it are discussed and a comparison of current and proposed approaches to this problem is suggested.

A Combinatorial Testing Framework for Intuitionistic Propositional Theorem Provers

- PhilosophyPADL
- 2019

Proving a theorem in intuitionistic propositional logic, with implication as its single connective, is known as one of the simplest to state PSPACE-complete problem. At the same time, via the…

Lambda: the ultimate sublanguage (experience report)

- Computer ScienceProc. ACM Program. Lang.
- 2019

We describe our experience teaching an advanced typed functional programming course based around the use of System Fω as a programming language.

On the concurrent computational content of intermediate logics

- Computer ScienceTheor. Comput. Sci.
- 2020

Functional Pearl: Witness Me - Constructive Arguments Must Be Guided with Concrete Witness

- PhilosophyArXiv
- 2021

It is demonstrated how useful the Curry–Howard correspondence point of view is as the guiding principle for developing dependently-typed programs.

Classical Proofs as Parallel Programs

- Computer ScienceGandALF
- 2018

A parallel and more powerful extension of the simply typed lambda calculus corresponding to an analytic natural deduction based on the excluded middle law is defined, which features a natural higher-order communication mechanism between processes, which also supports broadcasting.

The Significance of the Curry-Howard Isomorphism

- Computer Science
- 2019

The Curry-Howard isomorphism is a proof-theoretic result that establishes a connection between derivations in natural deduction and terms in typed lambda calculus, which underlies the development of type systems for programming languages.

Homotopy Type Theory: A synthetic approach to higher equalities

- Mathematics
- 2018

This is an introduction to Homotopy Type Theory and Univalent Foundations for philosophers, written as a chapter for the book "Categories for the Working Philosopher" (ed. Elaine Landry)

Perspective Computational logic: its origins and applications

- Computer Science
- 2018

A refinement of LCF, called Isabelle, retains advantages ofLCF while providing flexibility in the choice of logical formalism and much stronger automation.

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