[Haskell-cafe] What is the current state of affairs with
ekirpichov at gmail.com
Sat Oct 24 02:44:32 EDT 2009
I became intrigued with supercompilation; what is the current state of
affairs with it?
I know that there exist experimental supercompilers for Java and REFAL.
I know of the existence of jhc and its follower lhc, although I don't
know quite well what they can and what they can't.
I know that ghc is probably going to have a supercompiler inside. I,
again, don't know how broads the plans are.
I'm mainly interested in the following:
- What supercompilers do exist, except for the ones mentioned above?
- What academic organizations do research in the area?
- What papers should be read by someone eager to learn about
supercompilation and maybe to make research contributions?
- What are some solved problems and some open problems in supercompilation?
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