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    • Formal Semantics and Mechanized Soundness Proof for Fast Gradually Typed JavaScript 

      Arteca, Ellen (University of Waterloo, 2018-08-31)
      As dynamic scripting languages are increasingly used in industry in large-scale projects, a need has arisen for more some of the convenient features of statically typed languages. This led to the development of gradual ...
    • Gradual C Programming for Typed Lua 

      Turas, Rafi (University of Waterloo, 2019-01-22)
      The work presented in this thesis deals with the problem of enhancing the performance of dynamically-typed programming languages by integrating features from statically-typed programming languages. Statically-typed languages ...
    • No Zombie Types: Liveness-Based Justification For Monotonic Gradual Types 

      Zi, Yangtian (University of Waterloo, 2021-08-24)
      Gradual type systems with the monotonic dynamic semantics, such as HiggsCheck implementing SafeTypeScript, are able to achieve decent performance, making them a viable option for JavaScript programmers seeking run-time-checkable ...
    • Reasoning About Foreign Function Interfaces: Blame and Nondeterministic Formal Semantics 

      Turcotte, Alexi (University of Waterloo, 2018-08-31)
      Foreign function interfaces (FFIs) are commonly used as a way to mix programming languages. In such systems, a program written in a host language calls functions written in a guest language from within the same program. ...
    • Static Types with Less Syntax: Locus Types 

      Domurad, Adam (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-01)
      Optionally and gradually-typed languages allow types to be introduced to dynamic code as needed. While this approach allows some gradual movement from dynamically to statically-typed code, it requires rewriting ...
    • Type-Aware Optimizations with Imperfect Types 

      Ikosin, Jeremiah (University of Waterloo, 2024-05-10)
      JavaScript, a programming language originally designed for web browsers, has become ubiquitous, experiencing adoption across multiple platforms. Its dynamic type system and prototype-based object orientation are well-known ...


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