Doctor Theses
 2011

 Naohiko Hoshino
 A modified GoI interpretation for a linear functional programming language
and its adequacy
 2010

 Kenshi Miyabe
 An extension of van Lambalgen's Theorem to infinitely many relative
1random reals
 2009

 Kazuyuki Asada
 Extensional universal types for callbyvalue
 2007

 Keiko Nakata
 A Module System with Applicative Functors and Recursive Path References
(Available as Preprint RIMS1583, Kyoto University, 2007
[PDF
File])
 2006

 Keisuke Nakano
 An Implementation Scheme for XML Transformation Languages through Derivation of Stream Processors
 2003

 Yoshihiko Kakutani
 Duality between CallbyName Recursion and CallbyValue Iteration
 1999

 Masatomo Hashimoto
 FirstClass Contexts in ML
 Makoto Tanabe
 Timed Petri Nets and Temporal Linear Logic
 1997

 Yasuhiko Minamide
 Full Lifting of Type Parameters
 1996

 Kohji Kagawa
 Mutable Data Structure and Composable References
in a Pure Functional Language
 Susumu Nishimura
 Strict Functional Language with Cyclic Recursive Data
 1993

 Takashi Hattori
 Constraint Logic Programming with Priority
Master Theses
 2012

 Takanori Hida
 The Computational Content of the Axiom of Determinacy in Arithmetic
 2011

 Yawara Ishida
 Weakly Commutative Linear Categories
 Tetsuya Sato
 A nondeterministic probabilistic monad for deterministic schedulers on probabilistic automata
 2009

 Rossen Mikhov
 Callbyname, Callbyvalue, Callbyneed and Duality
 2008

 Hiroto Tsuji
 A Term Equivalence Checking Algorithm for the
Simply Typed Lambda Calculus with the Empty Type
 2007

 Naohiko Hoshino
 Linear Realizability
 Kenshi Miyabe
 Classification of Index Sets of Functions
 2006

 Yu Harada
 Correctness of a TypeDirected Compilation to LowLevel Machine Code
 Yo Ohta
 A Terminating and Confluent Linear Lambda Calculus
 2005

 Ariya Ishihara
 An Approximation Based Approach to Infinitary Term Rewriting Systems
 2004

 Keiko Nakata
 ObjectOriented Module System with Mutual References
 Tadahiro Suda
 NonBacktrack Topdown Algorithm for Testing Tree Automata Containment
 Akifumi Yato
 Type Inference for a Quantum Programming Language
 2003

 Masanori Abe
 Specification and Verification of Flow of Control
in ObjectOriented Application Framework
 Hidekazu Segawa
 On LightWeight Compositional Verification Method for Model Checking
 2001

 Akira Ito
 Controlling the Information Usage in the PiCalculus
 Yoshihiko Kakutani
 Duality between CallbyName Recursion and CallbyValue Iteration
 2000

 Shinya Katsumata
 A Simply Typed Lambda Calculus with Type Substitution
 Keisuke Nakano
 AttributeDirected Extraction of a ContectFree Grammar
 1999

 Yoshio Hayashi
 System Designing Based on Pattern Detection in Event Based
RealTime Systems  Automata Theoretic Approach 
 1998

 Takeomi Kato
 MLLike Implicitly Typed Byte Code
 1997

 Tomonori Izumida
 A Temporal Extension of Intuitionistic Linear Logic
 for temporal description of resources 
 Nobuaki Yoshida
 A Functional Programming Language with Overloaded Definitions
and Its Compilation Technique
 1996

 Jun P. Furuse
 A LabelSelective LambdaCalculus with Optional Arguments and
its Compilation Method
 Masatomo Hashimoto
 A Typed Calculus for Contexts
 Noritaka Kawakatsu
 RSM  RealTime Synchronization Machines
for Continuous Media Data
 Akira Sasaki
 A Monitoring Semantics for Parallel Debugging
 1995

 Tatsuya Jinmei
 A Process Algebra with Preemption
 Tomonobu Takamizawa
 The Polymorphic Unboxed Calculus and its Compilation Technique
 1994

 Masahito Hasegawa
 Contextual Calculus, Cartesian Category and
Categorical Data Types
 Susumu Nishimura
 An Algorithm for Program Difference Integration
 Heyting Algebraic Approach 
 Makoto Tanabe
 Towards a Formal Framework for Multimedia Data
and Their Platers with QoS
 1993

 Kohji Kagawa
 Modeling Objects with Internal and Mutable States
in Purely Functional Programming Languages
 Izuru Kume
 EMLogic
 Yasuhiko Minamide
 Sharing Analysis Based on Type Inference
 Before 1993

 Daishiro Kato
 Categorial Attributed Grammars
Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University,
6068502 Japan.