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Optimizing Code in the Wolfram Compiler
In this talk, Mark Sofroniou gives an introductory overview of the design and current state of the Wolfram Compiler. He outlines the benefits of using an intermediary representation that maps to LLVM and describes how this has influenced recent improvements to the implementation. Examples are used to show how to analyze, develop and optimize code.
The Wolfram Compiler is a long term project for the compilation of Wolfram Language programs. It converts Wolfram Language into native machine code, thereby combining a high-level language with low-level execution technology.
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