Moded flat GHC and its message-oriented implementation technique

@article{Ueda1994ModedFG,
  title={Moded flat GHC and its message-oriented implementation technique},
  author={Kazunori Ueda and Masao Morita},
  journal={New Generation Computing},
  year={1994},
  volume={13},
  pages={3-43}
}
Concurrent processes can be used both for programming computation and for programming storage. Previous implementations of Flat GHC, however, have been tuned for computation-intensive programs, and perform poorly for storage-intensive programs (such as programs implementing reconfigurable data structures using processes and streams) and demand-driven programs. This paper proposes an optimization technique for programs in which processes are almost always suspended. The technique compiles… CONTINUE READING
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