Generic support of algorithmic and structural recursion for scientific computing

@article{Gottschling2009GenericSO,
  title={Generic support of algorithmic and structural recursion for scientific computing},
  author={Peter Gottschling and David S. Wise and Adwait Joshi},
  journal={IJPEDS},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={479-503}
}
Recursive algorithms, like quick-sort, and recursive data structures, like trees, play a central role in programming. In the context of scientific computing, recursive algorithms and memory layouts are studied to provide excellent cache and TLB locality independently of the platform. We show how, for the first time, generic programming (GP) and OO allow us to abstract a multitude of dense-matrix memory layouts: from conventional row-major and column-major layouts over Zand I-Morton orders to… CONTINUE READING

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