5 edition of architecture for combinator graph reduction found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p 149-152.- Includes index.
|Statement||Philip John Koopman, Jr.|
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|Pagination||xv, 155 p. :|
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An Architecture for Combinator Graph Reduction examines existing methods of evaluating lazy functional programs using combinator reduction techniques, implementation, and characterization of a means for accomplishing graph reduction on uniprocessors, and analysis of the potential architecture for combinator graph reduction book special-purpose hardware implementations.
An Architecture for Combinator Graph Reduction examines existing methods of evaluating lazy functional programs using combinator reduction techniques, implementation, and characterization of a means for accomplishing graph reduction on uniprocessors, and analysis of the potential for special-purpose hardware Edition: 1.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koopman, Phil, Architecture for combinator graph reduction. Boston: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Architecture for Combinator Graph Reduction. This book covers the following topics: Development of the TIGRE Method, Implementation of the TIGRE Machine, TIGRE Performance, Architectural Metrics and The Potential of Special-Purpose Hardware.
Author(s): Philip J. Koopman Jr. Book Description. The results of cache-simulation experiments with an abstract machine for reducing combinator graphs are presented. The abstract machine, called TIGRE, exhibits reduction rates that, for similar kinds of combinator graphs on similar kinds of hardware, compare favorably with previously reported techniques.
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The G-machine is an abstract architecture for evaluating functional-language programs by programmed graph reduction. Unlike combinator reduction, in which control is derived dynamically from the expression graph itself, control in programmed graph reduction is specified by a sequence of instructions derived by compiling an applicative expression.
Abstract. The MaRS machine is an experimental modular distributed control multiprocessor, for parallel graph reduction, using a combinator machine language, and dedicated to the parallel execution of purely functional languages.
Combinator graph reduction is a fundamental implementation technique for functional programming languages, in which a program is converted into a combinator representation which is mapped to a directed graph data structure in computer memory, and program execution then consists of rewriting parts of this graph ("reducing" it) so as to move.
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Full-text available Book. Jan ; Simon Loftus Peyton Jones a conclusion is made that combinator-graph reduction using TIGRE runs. A Tutorial on Combinator Graph Reduction. A FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMS. fast combinator reduction) efficiently.
The book is split into two major areas. The first area is the development of the TIGRE graph of the TIGRE graph reducer, along with performance measurements on a variety of machines.
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A combinator is a function that contains no free variables. The idea is based on the fact that, all of the variables in a program can be removed by transforming it into a sequence of combinators which would be drawn from a small pre-defined (fixed) set of combinators (SKI), or which would be drawn from.
This book introduces various combinators and aspects of combinatory logic, and in it each combinator is described as a different species of bird in a forest. “An Introduction to Combinator Compilers and Graph Reduction Machines” by David Graunke. GRIP - a high-performance architecture for parallel graph reduction; Tags.The SKI combinator calculus is a combinatory logic, a computational system that may be perceived as a reduced version of the untyped lambda can be thought of as a computer programming language, though it is not convenient for writing software.
Instead, it is important in the mathematical theory of algorithms because it is an extremely simple Turing complete language.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.