Cross-Language Compiler Benchmarking: Are We Fast Yet?
Comparing the performance of programming languages is difficult because they differ in many aspects including preferred programming abstractions, available frameworks, and their runtime systems. Nonetheless, the question about relative performance comes up repeatedly in the research community, industry, and wider audience of enthusiasts.
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|A Small Embedding of Logic Programming with a Simple Complete Search|
Jason Hemann Indiana University, USA, Daniel P. Friedman Indiana University, USA, William E. Byrd University of Utah, USA, Matthew Might University of Utah, USADOI
|Modular Semantic Actions|
Alessandro Warth Y Combinator Research, USA, Patrick Dubroy Y Combinator Research, USA, Tony Garnock-Jones Northeastern University, USADOI Pre-print
|Cross-Language Compiler Benchmarking: Are We Fast Yet?|
Stefan Marr Johannes Kepler University Linz, Benoit Daloze JKU Linz, Austria, Hanspeter Mössenböck JKU Linz, AustriaDOI Pre-print