Term representations, instruction compression
and argument passing in the WAM.
(K.U. Leuven, Belgium)
In the context of dProlog, a system especially made for easy
experimentation in WAM implementation, empirical results are presented
on the performance impact of term representation, instruction
compression and argument passing. In particular, four term
representations are discussed (plain WAM, heap variables, tag-on-data
and PARMA variables) and a comparison is made between the schema for
passing arguments through the stack or through WAM argument registers.
September 29th September, 14:15
Place: Information technology, Uppsala University
Room 1146 is in Building 1, Floor 1, room 46
(in the northern part of the building).
Room: 1146 Please, note room change!
Help on how get here and
MIC campus drawing.
There will be an extended period for discussions after the seminar.
Speakers are encouraged to give an short (5 min) introduction to the subject at the begining of the talk.
Listeners are excused if they have to leave after 1 hour.
Updated 29-Sep-2000 11:10 by Roland Grönroos
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