Issue No. 04 - April (1978 vol. 27)
D.P. Friedman , Department of Electrical Engineering, Indiana University
Early results of a project on compiling stylized recursion into stackless iterative code are reviewed as they apply to a target environment with multiprocessing. Parallelism is possible in executing the compiled image of argument evaluation (collateral argument evaluation of Algol 68), of data structure construction when suspensions are used, and of functional combinations. The last facility provides generally, concise expression for all operations performed in Lisp by mapping functions and in APL by typed operators; there are other uses as well.
suspensions, Compiling, functional combinations, Lisp, multiprocessing, recursion
D. Wise and D. Friedman, "Aspects of Applicative Programming for Parallel Processing," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 27, no. , pp. 289-296, 1978.