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Apr 25, 2019, 2:23:48 PM (3 years ago)
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Aaron Moss <a3moss@…>
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    1313An alternate approach would be to fork an existing C compiler such as Clang~\cite{Clang}, which would need to be modified to use one of the resolution algorithms discussed here, as well as various other features introduced by Bilson~\cite{Bilson03}.
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    1615More generally, the algorithmic techniques described in this thesis may be useful to implementors of other programming languages.
    1716In particular, the demonstration of practical performance for polymorphic return-type inference suggests the possibility of eliding return-type-only template parameters in \CC{} function calls, though integrating such an extension into \CC{} expression resolution in a backwards-compatible manner may be challenging.
    18 The \CFA{} expression resolution problem also bears some similarity to the \emph{local type inference} model put forward by Pierce \& Turner \cite{Pierce00} and Odersky \etal{} \cite{Odersky01}; compiler implementors for languages such as Scala \cite{Scala} that perform type inference based on this model may be able to profitably adapt the algorithms and data structures presented in this thesis.
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     17The \CFA{} expression resolution problem also bears some similarity to the \emph{local type inference} model put forward by Pierce \& Turner \cite{Pierce00} and Odersky \etal{} \cite{Odersky01}; compiler implementors for languages like Scala \cite{Scala}, which performs type inference based on this model, may be able to profitably adapt the algorithms and data structures presented in this thesis.
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