A Message-Passing Interpretation of Adjoint Logic
We present a system of session types based on adjoint logic which generalize standard binary session types. Our system allows us to uniformly capture several new behaviors in the space of asynchronous message-passing communication, including multicast, where a process sends a single message to multiple clients, replicable services, which have multiple clients and replicate themselves on-demand to handle requests from those clients, and cancellation, where a process discards a channel without communicating along it. We provide session fidelity and deadlock-freedom results for this system, from which we then derive a logically justified form of garbage collection.
Sun 7 Apr
|09:00 - 10:00|
Keynote: Unstructured Parallelism Considered Harmful -- Using Structured Parallelism for Enhanced Software Verification
Vivek SarkarRice University, USA
|10:00 - 10:30|