SPLASH 2021
Sun 17 - Fri 22 October 2021 Chicago, Illinois, United States
Thu 21 Oct 2021 10:50 - 11:05 at Zurich G - PLDI 2021, PLDI 2020, and OOPSLA 2020 Papers 1 Chair(s): James Koppel

Program synthesis tasks are commonly specified via input-output examples. Existing techniques for such tasks are primarily guided by program syntax and only make indirect use of the examples. We present a new approach called example-guided synthesis, or EGS, which exploits data patterns in the examples to construct the desired program. We demonstrate EGS for the synthesis of relational queries and evaluate it on 86 tasks from three application domains: knowledge discovery, program analysis, and database querying. Our evaluation shows that EGS outperforms state-of-the-art synthesizers based on enumerative search, constraint solving, and hybrid techniques in terms of synthesis time, quality of synthesized programs, and ability to prove unrealizability.

Thu 21 Oct

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10:50 - 12:10
PLDI 2021, PLDI 2020, and OOPSLA 2020 Papers 1SIGPLAN Papers at Zurich G
Chair(s): James Koppel Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
10:50
15m
Talk
Example-Guided Synthesis of Relational Queries
SIGPLAN Papers
Aalok Thakkar University of Pennsylvania, Aaditya Naik University of Pennsylvania, Nathaniel Sands University of Southern California, Mukund Raghothaman University of Southern California, Mayur Naik University of Pennsylvania, Rajeev Alur University of Pennsylvania
11:05
15m
Talk
Web Question Answering with Neurosymbolic Program Synthesis
SIGPLAN Papers
Qiaochu Chen University of Texas at Austin, USA, Aaron Lamoreaux University of Texas at Austin, Xinyu Wang University of Michigan, Greg Durrett University of Texas at Austin, USA, Osbert Bastani University of Pennsylvania, Isil Dillig University of Texas at Austin
11:20
15m
Talk
Reactive Probabilistic Programming
SIGPLAN Papers
Guillaume Baudart IBM Research, USA, Louis Mandel IBM Research, Eric Atkinson Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Benjamin Sherman Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, Marc Pouzet École normale supérieure, Michael Carbin Massachusetts Institute of Technology
DOI Pre-print
11:35
15m
Talk
A Sparse Iteration Space Transformation Framework for Sparse Tensor Algebra
SIGPLAN Papers
Ryan Senanayake Reservoir Labs, Changwan Hong Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ziheng Wang Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Amalee Wilson Stanford University, Stephen Chou Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Shoaib Kamil Adobe Research, Saman Amarasinghe Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fredrik Kjolstad Stanford University
11:50
20m
Live Q&A
Discussion, Questions and Answers
SIGPLAN Papers