Ronie Salgado

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The highly dynamic nature of Smalltalk provides a high degree of flexibility, but at the expense of performance. On the other hand, static system programming languages such as C are really fast, but less flexible and harder to use than Smalltalk. Our hypothesis is that by mixing the concepts of these two worlds in a single programming environment, we are(More)
  • Ronie Salgado
  • 2015
Most modern computer and mobile devices have a graphical processing unit (GPU) available for any general purpose computation. GPU supports a programming model that is radically different from traditional sequential programming. As such, programming GPU is known to be hard and error prone, despite the large number of available APIs and dedicated programming(More)
Static and dynamic evolution of software systems may be described in terms of connection additions and removals in a graph. Due to the inherent complexity of software, navigating through such a dynamic network is a non-trivial task and extracting relevant information typically involves sophisticated queries. We explore the notion of space-time cube, a(More)
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