Qlisp: Experience and New Directions

@inproceedings{Goldman1988QlispEA,
  title={Qlisp: Experience and New Directions},
  author={Ron Goldman and Richard P. Gabriel},
  booktitle={PPOPP/PPEALS},
  year={1988}
}
  • Ron Goldman, Richard P. Gabriel
  • Published in PPOPP/PPEALS 1988
  • Computer Science
  • Qlisp, a dialect of Common Lisp, has been proposed as a multiprocessing programming language which is suitable for studying the styles of parallel programming at the medium-grain level. An initial version of Qlisp has been implemented on a multiprocessor and a number of experiments with it conducted. This paper describes the implementation, reports on some of the experiments, and presents some new constructs that are suggested from programming experience with Qlisp. 

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