Di Wang

Di Wang

Doctoral Student in CS

Carnegie Mellon University

Biography

I am a third-year doctoral student in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University. I am advised by Prof. Jan Hoffmann. I am broadly interested in programming languages and software engineering, especially probabilistic programming, quantitative program analysis, higher type theory, and program synthesis.

I completed my undergraduate at Peking University, China where I worked with Prof. Yingfei Xiong on summarization techniques to analyze programs sharing big libraries.

Here is my Curriculum Vitae.

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Recent Publications

(2019). Resource-Guided Program Synthesis. In PLDI.

Preprint TR Slides

(2017). Conditional Dyck-CFL Reachability Analysis for Complete and Efficient Library Summarization. In ESOP.

Preprint Artifact

Recent Posts

Using FFT to Speed Up DP

Problem link: Counting Road Networks | HackerRank. You are supposed to count the number of connected undirected labeled graphs with $n$ vertices. Algorithms with $O(n \log^2 n)$ time complexity are preferable.

Nondeterministic Interpretation

Suppose you have a toy specification with built-in nondeterminism, and you want to generate answers with respect to the specification: type exp = EInt of int | EPair of exp * exp | ENdet of exp * exp type ans = VInt of int | VPair of ans * ans For example, from the following specification

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