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The object-oriented style of programming facilitates program adaptation and enhances program genericness, but at the expense of efficiency. We demonstrate experimentally that state-of-the-art Java compilers fail to compensate for the use of object-oriented abstractions in the implementation of...
Much of the software in everyday operation is not making optimal use of the hardware on which it actually runs. Among the reasons for this discrepancy are hardware/software mismatches, modularization overheads introduced by software engineering considerations, and the inability of systems to...
We propose a rank 2 intersection type system with new typing rules for local definitions (let-expressions and letrec-expressions) and conditional expressions (if-expressions and match-expressions). This is a further step towards the use of intersection types in "real" programming languages.The...
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