Copenhagen Programming Language Seminar
TPacLang is a language originally designed for high-speed real-time processing of data such as internet packets, to be implemented on multi-core architectures such as Intel's IXP2x00 "Network Processing" architectures. An important design decision is to allow programmers to express code naturally in the problem domain without compromising the compiler's ability to compile effectively to diverse architectures. We concentrate on two aspects:
Peter Sestoft. Administrative host:
Camilla Jensen. All are welcome.
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