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A Code Generation Framework for Actor-Oriented Models with Partial Evaluation

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A Code Generation Framework for Actor-Oriented Models with Partial Evaluation
Embedded software requires concurrency formalisms other than threads and mutexes used in traditional programming languages like C. Actor-oriented design presents a high level abstraction for composing concurrent components. However, high level abstraction often introduces overhead and results in slower system. We address the problem of generating efficient implementation for the systems with such a high level description. We use partial evaluation as an optimized compilation technique for actor-oriented models. We use a helper-based mechanism, which results in flexible and extensible code generation framework. The lt is that the benefit offered by high level abstraction comes with (almost) no performance penalty. The code generation framework
Gang Zhou, Man-Kit Leung, Edward A. Lee
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICESS
Authors Gang Zhou, Man-Kit Leung, Edward A. Lee
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