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2010
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Optimizing dynamic dispatch with fine-grained state tracking
Dynamic mixin is a construct available in Ruby and other dynamic languages. It can be used as a base to implement a range of programming paradigms, such as dynamic aspectoriented ...
Salikh Zakirov, Shigeru Chiba, Etsuya Shibayama
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2010
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Controlling dynamic module composition through an extensible meta-level API
Eyvind W. Axelsen, Stein Krogdahl, Birger Mø...
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2010
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Factor: a dynamic stack-based programming language
Factor is a new dynamic object-oriented programming language. It began as an embedded scripting language and evolved to a mature application development language. The language has...
Sviatoslav Pestov, Daniel Ehrenberg, Joe Groff
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2010
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Alias analysis for optimization of dynamic languages
Dynamic languages such as Python allow programs to be written more easily using high-level constructs such as comprehensions for queries and using generic code. Efficient executio...
Michael Gorbovitski, Yanhong A. Liu, Scott D. Stol...
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2010
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Proxies: design principles for robust object-oriented intercession APIs
Proxies are a powerful approach to implement meta-objects in object-oriented languages without having to resort to metacircular interpretation. We introduce such a meta-level API ...
Tom Van Cutsem, Mark S. Miller
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2010
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Experiences with an icon-like expression evaluation system
The design of the Icon programming language's expression evaluation system, which can perform limited backtracking, was unique amongst imperative programming languages when c...
Laurence Tratt
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2010
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Contracts for first-class classes
First-class classes add expressive power to class-based object-oriented languages. Most importantly, programmers ract over common scenarios with first-class classes. When it comes...
T. Stephen Strickland, Matthias Felleisen
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