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Turing Scholars honors thesis Parametric Polymorphism in the Go Programming Language

@inproceedings{Allen2016TuringSH,
  title={Turing Scholars honors thesis Parametric Polymorphism in the Go Programming Language},
  author={M. Allen},
  year={2016}
}
  • M. Allen
  • Published 2016
  • An extension to the Go language was developed that introduces parametric polymorphism in the form of generic functions. The changes to the language and the compiler needed to implement the type system extensions are discussed, and alternative implementation strategies are described. The resulting implementation of generic functions is backwards compatible with the existing Go standard and is consistent with the design goals of the language. The overhead of the current prototype implementation… CONTINUE READING

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