Bjorn N. Freeman-Benson

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  • SIGGRAPH 1991

    Bjorn Freeman-Benson is finishing his PhD at the University of Washington. His research areas are programming languages and user interfaces, and his thesis topic is an integration of the imperative object-oriented and the declarative constraint programming paradigms to support building interactive graphical user interfaces. He is implementing a language based on this integration. The language, Kaleidoscope, is described in his 1990 ECOOP/OOPSLA paper. Other related research at the University of Washington includes hierarchical constraint logic programming and constraint-based tools for building user interfaces, such as ThingLab II. In August he will join the Department of Computer Science at the University of Victoria as an Assistant Professor.

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