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Given a type hierarchy, a subtyping test determines whether one type is a direct or indirect descendant of another type. Such tests are a frequent operation during the execution of object-oriented programs. The implementation challenge is in a space-efficient encoding of the type hierarchy that...
Caches have become increasingly important with the widening gap between main memory and processor speeds. Small and fast cache memories are designed to bridge this discrepancy. However, they are only effective when programs exhibit sufficient data locality.The performance of the memory hierarchy...
The ML module system provides powerful parameterization facilities, but lacks the ability to split mutually recursive definitions across modules and provides insufficient support for incremental programming. A promising approach to solve these issues is Ancona and Zucca's mixin module calculus...
In programming language and software engineering, the main mathematical tool is de facto some form of predicate logic. Yet, as elsewhere in applied mathematics, it is used mostly far below its potential, due to its traditional formulation as just a topic in logic instead of a calculus for...
Small program size is an important requirement for embedded systems with limited amounts of memory. We describe how link-time compaction through binary rewriting can achieve code size reductions of up to 62&percent; for statically bound languages such as C, C++, and Fortran, without compromising...
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