2015 - ACM Fellow For contributions to the logical foundations of automatic theorem proving and types for programming languages.
2007 - ACM Senior Member
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Programming language, Theoretical computer science, Logic programming, Twelf and Discrete mathematics. Frank Pfenning works in the field of Theoretical computer science, namely Linear logic. His study focuses on the intersection of Linear logic and fields such as Session with connections in the field of Type, Linearity and Concurrency.
His work investigates the relationship between Logic programming and topics such as Logical framework that intersect with problems in Truth table, Logical NOR and Conservative extension. His Natural deduction study which covers Type theory that intersects with Operational semantics. His Horn clause research includes elements of Functional logic programming and Higher-order logic.
Frank Pfenning focuses on Programming language, Theoretical computer science, Linear logic, Logic programming and Algorithm. His Theoretical computer science research integrates issues from Modal logic, Session and Concurrency. His Linear logic research incorporates elements of Many-valued logic, Substructural logic, Sequent calculus, Mathematical proof and Intuitionistic logic.
His work deals with themes such as Functional logic programming, Computational logic and Prolog, which intersect with Logic programming. His Algorithm study incorporates themes from Calculus, Natural deduction and Unification. In his research on the topic of Logical framework, Interpretation is strongly related with Type theory.
Frank Pfenning mainly investigates Session, Theoretical computer science, Linear logic, Programming language and Concurrency. His research in Session intersects with topics in Type, Message passing and Asynchronous communication. His study in Theoretical computer science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soundness, Metatheory and Deadlock.
His Linear logic research integrates issues from Sequent calculus, Mathematical proof, Concurrent computing, Substructural logic and Algorithm. His study in Semantics, Programming paradigm, Operational semantics, Logic programming and Imperative programming is done as part of Programming language. His Concurrency study also includes
His primary scientific interests are in Theoretical computer science, Session, Linear logic, Concurrency and Programming language. His research integrates issues of Interpretation, Type theory and Correctness in his study of Theoretical computer science. His Session study combines topics in areas such as Modal operator, Type, Resource, Semantics and Asynchronous communication.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Algorithm, Sequent calculus and Deadlock in addition to Linear logic. The Algorithm study which covers Mathematical proof that intersects with Sequent and Usability. Programming language is closely attributed to Boolean function in his work.
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Higher-order abstract syntax
F. Pfenning;C. Elliott.
programming language design and implementation (1988)
Uniform proofs as a foundation for logic programming
D. Miller;G. Nadathur;F. Pfenning;A. Scedrov.
Annals of Pure and Applied Logic (1991)
System Description: Twelf - A Meta-Logical Framework for Deductive Systems
F. Pfenning;C. Schürmann.
conference on automated deduction (1999)
Dependent types in practical programming
Hongwei Xi;Frank Pfenning.
symposium on principles of programming languages (1999)
Refinement types for ML
Tim Freeman;Frank Pfenning.
programming language design and implementation (1991)
A modal analysis of staged computation
Rowan Davies;Frank Pfenning.
Journal of the ACM (2001)
A judgmental reconstruction of modal logic
Frank Pfenning;Rowan Davies.
Mathematical Structures in Computer Science (2001)
Session types as intuitionistic linear propositions
Luís Caires;Frank Pfenning.
international conference on concurrency theory (2010)
Eliminating array bound checking through dependent types
Hongwei Xi;Frank Pfenning.
programming language design and implementation (1998)
Logic programming in the LF logical framework
Logical frameworks (1991)
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