My broader research interests include programming languages, compilation, program analysis and optimization, specialization, type theory, and the application of advanced programming languages to real-world problems.
Dynamic Specialization in the Fabius System. Mark Leone and Peter Lee. In ACM Computing Surveys 1998 Symposium on Partial Evaluation, Vol. 30, No. 3es. [abstract]
Multi-Stage Specialization with Relative Binding Times Mark Leone and Peter Lee. Technical Report #497, Computer Science Department, Indiana University, November 1997. [abstract]
Dynamo: A Staged Compiler Architecture for Dynamic Program Optimization. Mark Leone and R. Kent Dybvig. Technical Report #490, Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, September 1997. [abstract]
A Declarative Approach to Run-Time Code Generation. Mark Leone and Peter Lee. In Workshop Record of WCSSS'96: The Inaugural Workshop on Compiler Support for System Software, pp. 8-17, Tucson, February 1996. [abstract]
Lightweight Run-Time Code Generation. Mark Leone and Peter Lee. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Partial Evaluation and Semantics-Based Program Manipulation, pages 97-106, June 1994. [abstract]