Making SML# a general-purpose high-performance language
We present the progress in the development of high-performance SML#. The key component is the combination of lightweight thread scheduling in system research and memory management in compiler research. This part has already been achieved; the programmer easily writes codes that create and use millions of threads on multicore professors. In the talk, we describe the key features of the high-performance SML# and demonstrate its feasibility through examples running on multicore processors.
Thu 7 SepDisplayed time zone: Belfast change
15:30 - 16:20
|Making SML# a general-purpose high-performance language
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