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Graphical Combinator Programming

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This talk presents the theory and implementation of a graphical programming environment based on combinatory logic, illuminating both its computational background and aspects of human-computer-interaction. This “purely functional” drag-and-drop programming will be contrasted to other visual programming styles, along with a discussion on merits and limitations. There will be a live demonstration, and members of the audience are welcome to play with the prototype after (or during) the presentation.

This talk is part of the Inference Group series.

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