7.6.0.19

Readings

keep your brain busy

The course does not require a text book. Here are some suggestions for additional readings on a couple of key topics:

The first two cover interpretive models of programming language concepts:
  • Krishnamurthi, Programming Languages: Applications and Implementations (PLAI)

  • Friedman & Wand, Essentials of Programming Languages (EoPL)

If you like types or the connection between types and proofs,
  • Pierce, Types and Programming Languages (TaPL)

  • Girard, Types and Proofs

For the connections between interpreters, semantics, and abstract machines, consider
  • Felleisen, Findler, Flatt, Semantics Engineering (parts I, II)