Efficient Implementations of Software Architectures via Partial Evaluation

  title={Efficient Implementations of Software Architectures via Partial Evaluation},
  author={Renaud Marlet and Scott Thibault and Charles Consel},
  journal={Automated Software Engineering},
The notion of flexibility (that is, the ability to adapt to changing requirements or execution contexts) is recognized as a key concern in structuring software, and many architectures have been designed to that effect. However, the corresponding implementations often come with performance and code size overheads. The source of inefficiency can be identified to be in the loose integration of components, because flexibility is often present not only at the design level but also in the… CONTINUE READING
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