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Coffee House talk: Ian Mackie on GoI-based compilation

Time:2022-03-29 11:00 — 12:00
Location:Edinburgh Coffee House
Speaker:Dr. Ian Mackie (University of Sussex)


▶ Very simple GOI for System T.
▶ Reversible machinery for higher-order language.
▶ Depending on how we constrain the use of the recursor, this language is rich enough to capture all primitive recursive functions or more generally Gödel’s System T.
▶ All implemented – benchmarks show that significant computations can be performed using very little run-time memory.
▶ Ongoing work: measure energy usage, program transformations.




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