Authors
Neil Mitchell, Colin Runciman
Publication date
2008/1/1
Book
Implementation and Application of Functional Languages
Pages
147-164
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Description
Abstract Haskell is a functional language, with features such as higher order functions and
lazy evaluation, which allow succinct programs. These high-level features present many
challenges for optimising compilers. We report practical experiments using novel variants of
supercompilation, with special attention to let bindings and the generalisation technique.
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