Agda - A dependently typed programming language
Webpage:Agda wiki
Theory:Dependent Type Theory
Implementation:Haskell (GHC)
Platform:portable
Authors:Ulf Norell, Nils Anders Danielsson, Andreas Abel, and many more

My contributions to Agda: termination checker, sized types, copatterns, irrelevance, efficient projections, some improvements to unification, many bug fixes, ...

Tutorials

Agda Tutorial at Proof and Computation 2016
Autumn School Proof and Computation
3-8 October 2016, Aurachhof, Fischbachau, Bayern, Germany

Tutorial material for live coding: Prelude.agda TreeSortBool.agda TreeSortOrd.agda Copatterns.agda
Solutions: TreeSortOrdSolution.agda CopatternsSolution.agda
Solutions pretty: TreeSortOrdSolution.html CopatternsSolution.html

How to Keep Your Neighbors in Order
An Agda tutorial using Conor McBride's beautiful representation of binary search trees
30 June 2016, guest lecture in Computer Aided Formal Reasoning, class by Gordon Cichon and Martin Hofmann, Institut für Informatik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Agda code: .html .zip
Agda Tutorial at FLOPS 2016
13th International Symposium of Functional and Logic Programming (FLOPS 2016)
6 March 2016, Kochi, Japan
Slides: .pdf Start: .agda Solution: .agda Solution pretty: .html
An Introduction to Dependent Types and Agda
Lecture notes (7 pages) for class on functional programming. Uses examples of vectors and sorted lists.
Source code Agda code
Agda: Equality
Lecture notes (6 pages) explaining definitional and propositional equality plus syntax for equality chains.
Source code
Verifying Program Optimizations in Agda. Case Study: List Deforestation
Lecture notes (4 pages) demonstrating provably correct fold-unfold fusion for lists.
Source code

Selected Talks

Programming and Program Verification with Dependent Types in Agda
8 May 2012, Seminar Lehrstuhl Theoretische Informatik, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen.
Agda code
Higher-Order Pattern Unification for Dependently Typed Records
1 June 2011, TLCA 2011, 10th International Conference on Typed Lambda Calculi and Applications, RDP 2011, Novi Sad, Serbia.
Sized Types in Agda
28 November 2008. Agda Intensive Meeting (AIM 9), Sendai, Japan.

Student Projects

Frederic Kettelhoit, A Prelude for Agda (2011/12)
Design of a prelude for the Agda standard library, based on type classes for overloaded identifiers. Agda Prelude auf Github
Julien Oster, Red-Black Trees with Static Representation Invariants (2009/10)
A dependently-typed implementation of red-black trees in Agda. Search-tree invariant and balancing are ensured by type checking.
RBTree source

Code Snippets

ParallelSubstitution.agda
Parallel substitution for the untyped lambda calculus encoded with de Bruijn indices, plus correctness for substitution composition.

 


 
MiniAgda - Termination checking using sized types
Webpage:MiniAgda homepage
Theory:Dependent Type Theory
Implementation:Haskell (GHC ≥ 7.6)
Platform:portable
Authors:Andreas Abel, Karl Mehltretter

A Haskell implementation of a core dependently typed language with sized types and recursive and corecursive functions. Every well-typed program is terminating.
See MiniAgda homepage for further information and latest release, and a blog with examples. (The better looking MiniAgda blog has been abandoned).

 


 
Helf - Haskell implementation of the Edinburgh Logical Framework
Webpage: Helf repo on github
Theory:Logical Framework (λΠ)
Implementation:Haskell (GHC ≥ 7.8)
Platform:portable
Authors:Andreas Abel, Nicolai Kraus

Helf is an implementation of the Edinburgh Logical Framework (LF) in Haskell. The purpose is to compare term representations with regard to their efficiency in practice.

A Lambda Term Representation Based on Linear Ordered Logic
Andreas Abel and Nicolai Kraus (2011)
6th International Workshop on Logical Frameworks and Meta-languages: Theory and Practice, LFMTP 2011, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, August 26, 2011.
.pdf .ps.gz .dvi .bib
Background literature:

 


 

Completed Projects

These projects have been completed until 2003:
  • Type checking Fω: Fomega and Church.
  • Tool for teaching natural deduction and dependent types: Proof checker Tutch.
  • Termination checker based on structural ordering: Foetus.

 


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