Deadlock-Free Session Types in Linear Haskell
Priority Sesh is a library for session-typed communication in Linear Haskell which offers strong compile-time correctness guarantees. Priority Sesh offers two deadlock-free APIs for session-typed communication. The first guarantees deadlock freedom by restricting the process structure to trees and forests. It is simple and composeable, but rules out cyclic structures. The second guarantees deadlock freedom via priorities, which allows the programmer to safely use cyclic structures as well.
Our library relies on Linear Haskell to guarantee linearity, which leads to easy-to-write session types and highly idiomatic code, and lets us avoid the complex encodings of linearity in the Haskell type system that made previous libraries difficult to use.
Fri 27 AugDisplayed time zone: Seoul change
23:30 - 01:00
|Deadlock-Free Session Types in Linear Haskell
|Evaluating Linear Functions to Symmetric Monoidal Categories
|This is not really a talk, but should ensure the two talks before it are 30 min. long
A: Jurriaan Hage Utrecht University, Netherlands