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Programs for Cheap!

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Write down the definition of a recursion operator on a piece of paper. Tell me its type, but be careful not to let me see the operator’s definition. I will tell you an optimization theorem that the operator satisfies. As an added bonus, I will also give you a proof of correctness for the optimisation, along with a formal guarantee about its effect on performance. The purpose of this paper is to explain these tricks.

This talk is part of the Theoretical computer science seminar series.

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