Efficient Incremental Run-Time Specialization for Free

  title={Efficient Incremental Run-Time Specialization for Free},
  author={Renaud Marlet and Charles Consel and Philippe Boinot},
Availability of data in a program determines computation stages. Incremental partial evaluation exploit these stages for optimization: it allows further specialization to be performed as data become available at later stages. The fundamental advantage of incremental specialization is to factorize the specialization process. As a result, specializing a program at a given stage costs considerably less than specializing it once all the data are available.We present a realistic and flexible… CONTINUE READING
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