We demonstrate how to implement a small, shallowly-embedded relational programming language. During our talk, we will live-code a full implementation, in but a handful of lines. We explain both the embedded language's constructs and features requi... Read more
It is an unfortunate fact that there exists still a divide between the logic- and functional-programming communities. This is despite the fact that they are both attempting to achieve similar ends: declarative programming, where we specify what, n... Read more
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Jason Hemann is a fourth-year doctoral student at Indiana University specializing in programming languages. His interests include functional and constraint-logic programming. He is currently an Associate Instructor for the Programming Languages course at Indiana University.