Wednesday, December 1, 2010

A Trip Down Memory Lane

All compilers go through an quantitative analysis phase where performance is studied. I liked this paper: A Trip Down Memory Lane in Haskell,Neil C. C. Brown, Adam T. Sampson.

Their experience is with a language called Tock.

(I need to get rid of two spikes: 15M (2.4GB) of character data, 30M (>1.5GB) of generated instructions.)

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