Late Data Layout Transformation
Late Data Layout (LDL) is the underlying transformation mechanism used by the miniboxing plugin. It generalizes data representation transformations, enabling optimal specialization of miniboxed code. LDL enables other cool transformations as well: value classes and multi-stage execution support.
The theory will be presented at OOPSLA 2014, in Portland, OR.
For more details, check out scala-miniboxing.org/ldl.
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