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Bottom-Up Logic Programming for Multicores

@inproceedings{Cruz2012BottomUpLP,
  title={Bottom-Up Logic Programming for Multicores},
  author={Fl{\'a}vio Cruz and Michael P. Ashley-Rollman and Seth Copen Goldstein and Ricardo Rocha and Frank Pfenning},
  year={2012}
}
In the Claytronics project, we have used Meld, a logic programming language suitable for writing scalable and concise distributed programs for ensembles. Meld allows declarative code to be compiled into distributed code that can be executed in thousands of computing units. We are now using Meld to program more traditional algorithms that run on multicore machines. We made several modifications to the core language, to the compiler and to the runtime system to take advantage of the… Expand
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