Bergen Language Design Laboratory (BLDL)
BLDL has an internal meeting series. Some of these have a content which may be of interest to a larger audience. The program of these are announced here.
Contact Magne Haveraaen for more information.
Tuesday, 2013-09-24 1115, room 4138
Tero Hasu (BLDL): Inferring Required Permissions for Statically Composed Programs.
Presentation for NordSec 2013, Ilulissat, Greenland, 18-21 October 2013.
Tuesday, 2013-09-17 1115, room 4138
Eva Burrows (BLDL): Compiling a Dataflow-based Language Abstraction onto an FPGA.
Presentation from paraFPGA, 10 September 2013, Munich, Germany.
Tuesday, 2013-09-10 1115, room 4138
Ralf Lämmel (The Software Languages Team, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany):
MegaL – a domain-specific modeling language for the linguistic architecture of software products.
Linguistic architecture is concerned with the major entities and their relationships as they can be observed at a macroscopic level in software products. Typical entity types are program, language, technology, schema, grammar, model, or database image. Typical relationship types are elementOf, conformsTo, correspondsTo, and relatesTo. MegaL is domain-specific modeling language with which such architecture can be captured and validated. The validation part relies on a resolution mechanism for modeling and validating links of entities to actual artifacts and resources as well as for implementing relationships as executable predicates. In this talk, we will give an overview of MegaL and apply it to scenarios of software technology usage such as Object/Relational/XML mapping.
- Wednesday 2013-04-10 1000–1400, room 3137, tutorial: Productive Programming in Chapel: a next-generation language for general, locality-aware parallelism.
- Thursday 2013-04-11 1415–1515, room 2144, departmental lecture: Chapel: Parallel Programmability from Desktops to Supercomputers
- Friday 2013-04-12 1215–1300, room 2142, Hierarchical Locales: Exposing Node-Level Locality in Chapel
Participation is free, but the workshop and tutorial require advance registration.
Conference room D is in VilVite, Thormøhlensgt 51.
Room 2142 (lille auditorium) is in Datablokken, Høyteknologisenteret, Thormøhlensgt 55.
Room 2144 (stort auditorium) is in Datablokken, Høyteknologisenteret, Thormøhlensgt 55.
Room 3137 is in Datablokken, Høyteknologisenteret, Thormøhlensgt 55.
Room 4138 is in Datablokken, Høyteknologisenteret, Thormøhlensgt 55.