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*2009
87EEChristos Dimoulas, Mitchell Wand: The Higher-Order Aggregate Update Problem. VMCAI 2009: 44-58
2008
86EEDimitrios Vardoulakis, Mitchell Wand: A Compositional Trace Semantics for Orc. COORDINATION 2008: 331-346
85EEDavid Herman, Mitchell Wand: A Theory of Hygienic Macros. ESOP 2008: 48-62
84EEMitchell Wand, Daniel P. Friedman: Programming languages: fundamental concepts for expanding and disciplining the mind. SIGPLAN Notices 43(11): 133-135 (2008)
83EEEric Allen, Mark W. Bailey, Rastislav Bodík, Kim B. Bruce, Kathleen Fisher, Stephen N. Freund, Robert Harper, Chandra Krintz, Shriram Krishnamurthi, James R. Larus, Doug Lea, Gary T. Leavens, Lori L. Pollock, Stuart Reges, Martin C. Rinard, Mark A. Sheldon, Franklyn A. Turbak, Mitchell Wand: SIGPLAN programming language curriculum workshop: Discussion Summaries and recommendations. SIGPLAN Notices 43(11): 6-29 (2008)
2007
82EEMitchell Wand: On the correctness of the Krivine machine. Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation 20(3): 231-235 (2007)
2006
81EEVasileios Koutavas, Mitchell Wand: Bisimulations for Untyped Imperative Objects. ESOP 2006: 146-161
80EEVasileios Koutavas, Mitchell Wand: Small bisimulations for reasoning about higher-order imperative programs. POPL 2006: 141-152
2005
79EEOlin Shivers, Mitchell Wand: Bottom-Up beta-Reduction: Uplinks and lambda-DAGs. ESOP 2005: 217-232
78EEPhilippe Meunier, Robert Bruce Findler, Paul Steckler, Mitchell Wand: Selectors Make Set-Based Analysis Too Hard. Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation 18(3-4): 245-269 (2005)
2004
77EEMitchell Wand, Dale Vaillancourt: Relating models of backtracking. ICFP 2004: 54-65
76EEMitchell Wand, Gregor Kiczales, Christopher Dutchyn: A semantics for advice and dynamic join points in aspect-oriented programming. ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 26(5): 890-910 (2004)
2003
75EEMitchell Wand: Understanding aspects: extended abstract. ICFP 2003: 299-300
74EEJens Palsberg, Mitchell Wand: CPS transformation of flow information. J. Funct. Program. 13(5): 905-923 (2003)
2002
73EEMitchell Wand, Galen B. Williamson: A Modular, Extensible Proof Method for Small-Step Flow Analyses. ESOP 2002: 213-227
2001
72EEMitchell Wand: A Semantics for Advice and Dynamic Join Points in Aspect-Oriented Programming. SAIG 2001: 45-46
71 Mitchell Wand, William D. Clinger: Set constraints for destructive array update optimization. J. Funct. Program. 11(3): 319-346 (2001)
1999
70EESteven E. Ganz, Daniel P. Friedman, Mitchell Wand: Trampolined Style. ICFP 1999: 18-27
69EEJohan Ovlinger, Mitchell Wand: A Language for Specifying Recursive Traversals of Object Structures. OOPSLA 1999: 70-81
68EEMitchell Wand, Igor Siveroni: Constraint Systems for Useless Variable Elimination. POPL 1999: 291-302
67 Mitchell Wand: Continuation-Based Multiprocessing Revisited. Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation 12(3): 283 (1999)
66 Mitchell Wand: Continuation-Based Multiprocessing. Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation 12(3): 285-299 (1999)
1998
65EEMitchell Wand, William D. Clinger: Set Constraints for Destructive Array Update Optimization. ICCL 1998: 184-
64 Harold Abelson, R. Kent Dybvig, Christopher T. Haynes, Guillermo Juan Rozas, N. I. Adams IV, Daniel P. Friedman, Eugene E. Kohlbecker, Guy L. Steele Jr., David H. Bartley, Robert H. Halstead Jr., Don Oxley, Gerald J. Sussman, G. Brooks, Chris Hanson, Kent M. Pitman, Mitchell Wand: Revised Report on the Algorithmic Language Scheme. Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation 11(1): 7-105 (1998)
63 Mitchell Wand: The Theory of Fexprs is Trivial. Lisp and Symbolic Computation 10(3): 189-199 (1998)
1997
62EEMitchell Wand, Gregory T. Sullivan: Denotational Semantics Using an Operationally-Based Term Model. POPL 1997: 386-399
61EEPaul Steckler, Mitchell Wand: Lightweight Closure Conversion. ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 19(1): 48-86 (1997)
60 Jens Palsberg, Mitchell Wand, Patrick O'Keefe: Type Inference with Non-Structural Subtyping. Formal Asp. Comput. 9(1): 49-67 (1997)
1996
59EEJerzy Tiuryn, Mitchell Wand: Untyped Lambda-Calculus with Input-Output. CAAP 1996: 317-329
58 David S. Gladstein, Mitchell Wand: Compiler Correctness for Concurrent Languages. COORDINATION 1996: 231-248
57EEJonathan G. Rossie Jr., Daniel P. Friedman, Mitchell Wand: Modeling Subobject-based Inheritance. ECOOP 1996: 248-274
1995
56 Mitchell Wand: Compiler Correctness for Parallel Languages. FPCA 1995: 120-134
55 Dino Oliva, John D. Ramsdell, Mitchell Wand: The VLISP Verified PreScheme Compiler. Lisp and Symbolic Computation 8(1-2): 111-182 (1995)
54 Joshua D. Guttman, John D. Ramsdell, Mitchell Wand: VLISP: A Verified Implementation of Scheme. Lisp and Symbolic Computation 8(1-2): 5-32 (1995)
53 Mitchell Wand, Patrick O'Keefe, Jens Palsberg: Strong Normalization with Non-Structural Subtyping. Mathematical Structures in Computer Science 5(3): 419-429 (1995)
1994
52 Mitchell Wand, Paul Steckler: Selective and Lightweight Closure Conversion. POPL 1994: 435-445
51 Paul Steckler, Mitchell Wand: Selective Thunkification. SAS 1994: 162-178
50 Mitchell Wand, Zheng-Yu Wang: Conditional Lambda-Theories and the Verification of Static Properties of Programs Inf. Comput. 113(2): 253-277 (1994)
1993
49 Mitchell Wand: Specifying the Correctness of Binding-Time Analysis. POPL 1993: 137-143
48EEJerzy Tiuryn, Mitchell Wand: Type Reconstruction with Recursive Types and Atomic Subtyping. TAPSOFT 1993: 686-701
47 Mitchell Wand: Specifying the Correctness of Binding-Time Analysis. J. Funct. Program. 3(3): 365-387 (1993)
1992
46EEPatrick O'Keefe, Mitchell Wand: Type Inference for Partial Types is Decidable. ESOP 1992: 408-417
45EEMitchell Wand, Dino Oliva: Proving the Correctness of Storage Representations. LISP and Functional Programming 1992: 151-160
1991
44 Mitchell Wand, Patrick O'Keefe: Automatic Dimensional Inference. Computational Logic - Essays in Honor of Alan Robinson 1991: 479-483
43EEMitchell Wand: Correctness of Procedure Representations in Higher-Order Assembly Language. MFPS 1991: 294-311
42 Mitchell Wand: Type Inference for Record Concatenation and Multiple Inheritance Inf. Comput. 93(1): 1-15 (1991)
41 Margaret Montenyohl, Mitchell Wand: Correctness of Static Flow Analysis in Continuation Semantics. Sci. Comput. Program. 16(1): 1-18 (1991)
1990
40 Mitchell Wand, Zheng-Yu Wang: Conditional Lambda-Theories and the Verification of Static Properties of Programs LICS 1990: 321-332
39 Mitchell Wand: A Short Proof of the Lexical Addressing Algorithm. Inf. Process. Lett. 35(1): 1-5 (1990)
1989
38EEMitchell Wand, Patrick O'Keefe: On the Complexity of Type Inference with Coercion. FPCA 1989: 293-298
37 Mitchell Wand: Type Inference for Record Concatenation and Multiple Inheritance LICS 1989: 92-97
36 Margaret Montenyohl, Mitchell Wand: Incorporating Static Analysis in a Combinator-Based Compiler Inf. Comput. 82(2): 151-184 (1989)
1988
35 Mitchell Wand: Corrigendum: Complete Type Inference for Simple Objects LICS 1988: 132
34EEMatthias Felleisen, Mitchell Wand, Daniel P. Friedman, Bruce F. Duba: Abstract Continuations: A Mathematical Semantics for Handling Full Jumps. LISP and Functional Programming 1988: 52-62
33 Margaret Montenyohl, Mitchell Wand: Correct Flow Analysis in Continuation Semantics. POPL 1988: 204-218
32 Mitchell Wand, Daniel P. Friedman: The Mystery of the Tower Revealed: A Nonreflective Description of the Reflective Tower. Lisp and Symbolic Computation 1(1): 11-37 (1988)
1987
31 Mitchell Wand: Complete Type Inference for Simple Objects LICS 1987: 37-44
30 Eugene E. Kohlbecker, Mitchell Wand: Macro-by-Example: Deriving Syntactic Transformations from their Specifications. POPL 1987: 77-84
29 Stefan Kölbl, Mitchell Wand: Linear Future Semantics and Its Implementation. Sci. Comput. Program. 8(1): 87-103 (1987)
1986
28 Mitchell Wand, Daniel P. Friedman: The Mystery of the Tower Revealed: A Non-Reflective Description of the Reflective Tower. LISP and Functional Programming 1986: 298-307
27 Mitchell Wand: Finding the Source of Type Errors. POPL 1986: 38-43
26 Christopher T. Haynes, Daniel P. Friedman, Mitchell Wand: Obtaining Coroutines with Continuations. Comput. Lang. 11(3/4): 143-153 (1986)
1985
25 Albert R. Meyer, Mitchell Wand: Continuation Semantics in Typed Lambda-Calculi (Summary). Logic of Programs 1985: 219-224
24 Mitchell Wand: Embedding Type Structure in Semantics. POPL 1985: 1-6
23 Mitchell Wand: From interpreter to compiler: a representational derivation. Programs as Data Objects 1985: 306-324
1984
22 Christopher T. Haynes, Daniel P. Friedman, Mitchell Wand: Continuations and Coroutines. LISP and Functional Programming 1984: 293-298
21 Daniel P. Friedman, Mitchell Wand: Reification: Reflection without Metaphysics. LISP and Functional Programming 1984: 348-355
20 Mitchell Wand: A Types-as-Sets Semantics for Milner-Style Polymorphism. POPL 1984: 158-164
19EEMitchell Wand: A semantic prototyping system. SIGPLAN Symposium on Compiler Construction 1984: 213-221
1983
18 Mitchell Wand: Loops in Combinator-Based Compilers. POPL 1983: 190-196
17 Mitchell Wand: Loops in Combinator-Based Compilers Information and Control 57(2/3): 148-164 (1983)
1982
16 Mitchell Wand: Semantics-Directed Machine Architecture. POPL 1982: 234-241
15EEMitchell Wand: Deriving Target Code as a Representation of Continuation Semantics. ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 4(3): 496-517 (1982)
14 Mitchell Wand: Specifications, Models, and Implementations of Data Abstractions. Theor. Comput. Sci. 20: 3-32 (1982)
1980
13 Mitchell Wand: Continuation-Based Multiprocessing. LISP Conference 1980: 19-28
12 Mitchell Wand: First-Order Identities as a Defining Language. Acta Inf. 14: 337-357 (1980)
11EEMitchell Wand: Continuation-Based Program Transformation Strategies. J. ACM 27(1): 164-180 (1980)
1979
10 Mitchell Wand: Final Algebra Semantics and Data Type Extensions. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 19(1): 27-44 (1979)
9 Mitchell Wand: Fixed-Point Constructions in Order-Enriched Categories. Theor. Comput. Sci. 8: 13-30 (1979)
1978
8 Mitchell Wand, Daniel P. Friedman: Compiling Lambda-Expressions Using Continuations and Factorizations. Comput. Lang. 3(4): 241-263 (1978)
7EEMitchell Wand: A New Incompleteness Result for Hoare's System. J. ACM 25(1): 168-175 (1978)
1977
6 Mitchell Wand: A Characterization of Weakest Preconditions. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 15(2): 209-212 (1977)
1976
5 Mitchell Wand: A New Incompleteness Result for Hoare's System STOC 1976: 87-91
1974
4 Mitchell Wand: An algebraic formulation of the Chomsky hierarchy. Category Theory Applied to Computation and Control 1974: 209-213
3 Mitchell Wand: On the recursive specification of data types. Category Theory Applied to Computation and Control 1974: 214-217
1973
2 Mitchell Wand: An Unusual Application of Program-Proving STOC 1973: 59-66
1972
1 Mitchell Wand: A Concrete Approach to Abstract Recursion Definitions. ICALP 1972: 331-341

Coauthor Index

1Harold Abelson [64]
2N. I. Adams IV [64]
3Eric Allen [83]
4Mark W. Bailey [83]
5David H. Bartley [64]
6Rastislav Bodík [83]
7G. Brooks [64]
8Kim B. Bruce [83]
9William D. Clinger [65] [71]
10Christos Dimoulas [87]
11Bruce F. Duba [34]
12Christopher Dutchyn [76]
13R. Kent Dybvig [64]
14Matthias Felleisen [34]
15Robert Bruce Findler [78]
16Kathleen Fisher [83]
17Stephen N. Freund [83]
18Daniel P. Friedman [8] [21] [22] [26] [28] [32] [34] [57] [64] [70] [84]
19Steven E. Ganz [70]
20David S. Gladstein [58]
21Joshua D. Guttman [54]
22Robert H. Halstead Jr. [64]
23Chris Hanson [64]
24Robert Harper [83]
25Christopher T. Haynes [22] [26] [64]
26David Herman [85]
27Gregor Kiczales [76]
28Eugene E. Kohlbecker [30] [64]
29Stefan Kölbl [29]
30Vasileios Koutavas [80] [81]
31Chandra Krintz [83]
32Shriram Krishnamurthi [83]
33James R. Larus [83]
34Doug Lea [83]
35Gary T. Leavens [83]
36Philippe Meunier [78]
37Albert R. Meyer [25]
38Margaret Montenyohl [33] [36] [41]
39Patrick O'Keefe [38] [44] [46] [53] [60]
40Dino Oliva [45] [55]
41Johan Ovlinger [69]
42Don Oxley [64]
43Jens Palsberg [53] [60] [74]
44Kent M. Pitman [64]
45Lori L. Pollock [83]
46John D. Ramsdell [54] [55]
47Stuart Reges [83]
48Martin C. Rinard [83]
49Jonathan G. Rossie Jr. [57]
50Guillermo Juan Rozas [64]
51Mark A. Sheldon [83]
52Olin Shivers [79]
53Igor Siveroni [68]
54Paul Steckler [51] [52] [61] [78]
55Guy L. Steele Jr. [64]
56Gregory T. Sullivan [62]
57Gerald J. Sussman [64]
58Jerzy Tiuryn [48] [59]
59Franklyn A. Turbak [83]
60Dale Vaillancourt [77]
61Dimitrios Vardoulakis [86]
62Zheng-Yu Wang [40] [50]
63Galen B. Williamson [73]

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