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How to Design Programs: An Introduction to Programming and Computing

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Kathi Fisler Associate Professor Department of Computer Science Worcester Polytechnic Institute (also Adjunct Associate Professor of CS, Brown University ) Fuller Labs (FL) 130 (508) 831-5118 [email protected] (photo by Shriram Krishnamurthi , Uluru, Australia, 2007) Contact Information Schedule Research Blurb Research Group Publications MQP/IQP Topics
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I'm interested in the interplay between the logics that people use when solving problems and the formal logics used to encode similar problems in software. My early-career work focused on computational aspects of representations used by humans in practice. One project focused on the differences between timing diagrams and textual temporal logics for hardware verification. Another looked at modular verification of programs whose modules encapsulated user- identifiable features (an architecture linked to product lines, such as telecommunications systems).
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  • Spring '07
  • Fisler
  • Computer Science, Logic, formal methods, associate professor, Adjunct Associate Professor, Adjunct Associate Professor of CS

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