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{{Header | Research Topics in which I am currently interested}}
 
{{Header | Research Topics in which I am currently interested}}
  
:* [[Programming Language Design and Semantics]] - Designing and verifying programming languages using formal, rewrite-based executable semantics
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:* [[Programming Language Design and Semantics]] - Designing and verifying programming languages using formal executable semantics
 
:* [[Runtime Verification]] - Checking programs against properties as they execute
 
:* [[Runtime Verification]] - Checking programs against properties as they execute
 
:* [[Circ | Circular Coinduction]] - Proving behavioral equivalence by exhaustive testing of indistinguishability
 
:* [[Circ | Circular Coinduction]] - Proving behavioral equivalence by exhaustive testing of indistinguishability

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Grigore Rosu
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