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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
3 × USA
4 × Japan
Collaborated with:
K.Matsuzaki M.Takeichi S.Mu Z.Hu M.Koishi A.Ohori K.Morita
Talks about:
parallel (5) function (3) theorem (3) program (3) homomorph (2) conquer (2) automat (2) recurs (2) third (2) divid (2)

Person: Akimasa Morihata

DBLP DBLP: Morihata:Akimasa

Contributed to:

FLOPS 20142014
ICFP 20132013
FLOPS 20122012
ICFP 20112011
FLOPS 20102010
POPL 20092009
ICFP 20082008
PLDI 20072007

Wrote 9 papers:

FLOPS-2014-MorihataKO #programming
Dynamic Programming via Thinning and Incrementalization (AM, MK, AO), pp. 186–202.
ICFP-2013-Morihata #parallel #theorem
A short cut to parallelization theorems (AM), pp. 245–256.
FLOPS-2012-Morihata #algorithm #parallel #problem
Calculational Developments of New Parallel Algorithms for Size-Constrained Maximum-Sum Segment Problems (AM), pp. 213–227.
ICFP-2011-MorihataM #functional #parallel #programming
Balanced trees inhabiting functional parallel programming (AM, KM), pp. 117–128.
ICFP-2011-MuM #functional #morphism #theorem
Generalising and dualising the third list-homomorphism theorem: functional pearl (SCM, AM), pp. 385–391.
FLOPS-2010-MorihataM #automation #parallel #quantifier #recursion #using
Automatic Parallelization of Recursive Functions Using Quantifier Elimination (AM, KM), pp. 321–336.
POPL-2009-MorihataMHT #divide and conquer #morphism #theorem
The third homomorphism theorem on trees: downward & upward lead to divide-and-conquer (AM, KM, ZH, MT), pp. 177–185.
ICFP-2008-MorihataMT #framework #query #recursion
Write it recursively: a generic framework for optimal path queries (AM, KM, MT), pp. 169–178.
PLDI-2007-MoritaMMHT #automation #divide and conquer #parallel #source code
Automatic inversion generates divide-and-conquer parallel programs (KM, AM, KM, ZH, MT), pp. 146–155.

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