Event:International Lisp Conference:2009

Event:International Lisp Conference:2009

Sunday, March 22nd

Source Level Debugging of Common Lisp And Python Programs in Allegro CL

Duane Rettig and Willem Broekema

Monads for the Working Lisp Programmer

Ravi Nanavati and Jeff Newbern:

CLOS: Generic Functions and the Metaobject Protocol

Pascal Costanza:

Common Lisp Tutorial

Ernst van Waning

Clojure in Depth

Rich Hickey

Monads for the Working Lisp Programmer

Graphical User Interfaces with LTk

Peter Herth

Context-oriented programming with ContextL

Pascal Costanza:

Monday, March 23rd

SciCL: Lisp Extensions for Scientific Computing

John Amuedo, Signal Inference

Implementing a Parallelism Library for a Functional Subset of LISP

David L. Rager, Warren A. Hunt Jr., The University of Texas at Austin

Automatically generated type-safe GTK+ binding for Dylan

Hannes Mehnert, Dylan Hackers:

AutoPrice: Automatic Unit Price Forecasting Utilizing Multiple Regression in LISP

Erin Fleming, Glenn House, Kyle McGivney, 2Is Inc.

Common Lisp for a Common Cultural Recommendation System: Creating a Cultural Recommendation & Exploration Engine Using Semantic Web

Emre Sevinç, Remzi Emre Başar, Boran Puhaloğlu, İstanbul Bilgi University

SHOPPER: Interpreter for a High-level Web Services Language

Robert P. Goldman, John Maraist, SIFT, LLC

Genuine, full-power, hygienic macro system for a language with syntax

David Moon:

An Unexceptional Implementation of Continuations

Joseph Marshall, Google, Inc.:

The (Abridged) Art of the Propagator

Alexey Radul, Gerald Jay Sussman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Intertwining in the Core of CLforJava

Jerry Boetje, College of Charleston

Threads and GC Implementation in Clozure CL

R. Matthew Emerson, Clozure Associates

Is Lisp An Acceptable Ruby?

Brian Ericson, visi.com

Panel Session: The Future of Lisp

Kent Pitman, moderator

Debate: Are Macros a Menace?

Birds-of-a-Feather and Poster Sessions

Tuesday, March 24th

Operational Assessment Support Information System (OASIS)

Glenn D. House Sr., Charles A. Cox, 2Is Inc.:

XCVB: Improving Modularity for Common Lisp

Francois-Rene Rideau, ITA Software, Inc. Spencer Brody, Brown University

Unification of Geospatial Reasoning, Temporal Logic, & Social Network Analysis in Event-Based Systems

Jans Aasman, Gary King, Franz Inc.

CARMA: Platform Freedom for a Graphical Lisp Application through Armed Bear Common Lisp

John D. Hastings, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Nebraska-Kearney Alexandre V. Latchininsky, Dept. of Renewable Resources, University of Wyoming

Rhapsody: How CLOS simplifies System-in-a-Package Design

Jim Newton, Janez Jaklic, Martin Biehl, Cadence Design Systems, VCAD

Reconciling Generic Functions with Actors: Generic Function-driven Object Coordination in Mobile Computing

Jorge Vallejos, Pascal Costanza, Tom Van Cutsem, Wolfgang De Meuter, Theo D'Hondt, Programming Technology Lab, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

CLOS Efficiency: Instantiation (On the Behavior and Performance of LISP, Part 2.1)

Didier Verna, EPITA Research and Development Laboratory

Evolvability and Robust Design

Gerald Jay Sussman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Syntactic Extension of Regular Expression Production Sets using Lisp

Jon L White, The Ginger IceCream Factory of Palo Alto

A Common Lisp Application for Large-Scale Bioinformatics

Alberto Riva, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, University of Florida

Annual meeting of the Association of Lisp Users

Wednesday March 25th

Towards a Secure Programming Language: An Access Control System for CommonLisp

Howard Shrobe, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboatory

Model-based Intrusion Assessment in Common Lisp

Robert P. Goldman, SIFT, LLC Steven A. Harp, Adventium Labs

A Parallel, Lisp-Based Genetic Programming System for Discovering Satisfiability Solvers

Alex S Fukunaga, Global Edge Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Jnil: From Java to Common Lisp

Tiago Maduro Dias, Technical University of Lisbon António Menezes Leitão, INESC-ID/Technical University of Lisbon

The Moby Scheme Compiler for Smartphones, or, Is That a Parenthesis in Your Pocket?

Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown University

The Anatomy of a Loop: A Story of Scope and Control

Olin Shivers, Northeastern University



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