Bigloo.NET: compiling Scheme to .NET CLR

@article{Bres2004BiglooNETCS,
  title={Bigloo.NET: compiling Scheme to .NET CLR},
  author={Y. Bres and Bernard P. Serpette and M. Serrano},
  journal={J. Object Technol.},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={71-94}
}
This paper presents the compilation of the Scheme programming language to .NET. [...] Key Result We show that in term of speed performance of the Mono implementation of .NET, the best implementing running on both Windows and Linux, still lags behind C and fast JVMs such as the Sun’s implementations.Expand

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