Run your research: on the effectiveness of lightweight mechanization

@inproceedings{Klein2012RunYR,
  title={Run your research: on the effectiveness of lightweight mechanization},
  author={Casey Klein and John Clements and Christos Dimoulas and Carl Eastlund and Matthias Felleisen and Matthew Flatt and Jay A. McCarthy and Jon Rafkind and Sam Tobin-Hochstadt and Robert Bruce Findler},
  booktitle={POPL},
  year={2012}
}
Formal models serve in many roles in the programming language community. In its primary role, a model communicates the idea of a language design; the architecture of a language tool; or the essence of a program analysis. No matter which role it plays, however, a faulty model doesn't serve its purpose. One way to eliminate flaws from a model is to write it down in a mechanized formal language. It is then possible to state theorems about the model, to prove them, and to check the proofs. Over… CONTINUE READING
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