Statically allocated and scheduled functional language

Kellom{ki Pertti <>
23 May 2002 01:47:29 -0400

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From: Kellom{ki Pertti <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 23 May 2002 01:47:29 -0400
Organization: Tampere University of Technology
Keywords: design, functional
Posted-Date: 23 May 2002 01:47:29 EDT

I am playing around with the idea of implementing a statically
allocated and scheduled parallel functional language for hard
real-time embedded systems. I know of SAFL, which is a statically
allocated functional language for hardware design, but are there other
systems I should be aware of?

The big idea is to provide the programmer with an illusion of
lightweight threads so that one could e.g. write a thread to poll a
single pin in a microcontroller, and to implement the threads by
interleaving their computations at compile time into a single
imperative program.
Pertti Kellom\"aki, Tampere Univ. of Technology, Software Systems Lab

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