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Tutorial Announcement and Call for Participation

Mechanizing Metatheory with LF and Twelf

Monday 19 January 2008
Savannah, GA
Co-located with POPL 2009

Registration open! (Early registration ends December 19)


The Principles of Programming group at Carnegie Mellon University
invites you to a tutorial on the use of LF and Twelf for specifying,
implementing, and proving properties of programming languages.

The tutorial will be a highly interactive introduction to LF and Twelf
aimed at programming languages researchers. No prior experience with LF
and Twelf is assumed. We will concentrate on two topics:

 * Representing programming languages in the LF logical framework
 * Using Twelf to prove properties of those languages

Participants will leave the workshop with experience in reading and writing
LF representations of programming languages, and experience reading,
writing, and debugging Twelf proofs.

You can register for the tutorial when you register for POPL 2009
(registration will begin next week).

-- Rob Simmons on behalf of the Twelf Elves

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