How To Call Procedures, or Second Thoughts on Ackermann’s Function. Software Practice and Experience 7 (1977)

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by B. A. Wichmann
Venue:Software — Practice and Experience. Vol
Citations:4 - 1 self

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First published—1979. – A Do-it-yourself Guide, Richard Bornat
and – Michael Marcotty, Henry F. Ledgard, Gregor V. Bochmann
1 Latest Results from the Procedure Calling Test, Ackermann’s Function – B A Wichmann - 1982
Understanding and Writing Compilers – A Do-it-yourself Guide, Richard Bornat
6 Ackermann’s Function: A Study in the Efficiency of Calling Procedures – B. A. Wichmann - 1976
6 Computing Science – Ph Thesis, Patrick M. Sansom, Patrick M. Sansom - 1994
Execution Profiling for . . . – Patrick M. Sansom - 1994
88 A Synthetic Benchmark – H J Curnow, B A Wichmann, Tij Si - 1976
13 Reducing The Impact Of Register Pressure On Software Pipelined Loops – Josep Llosa, Margarita Espuny - 1996
54 Bandit Problems – Daniel M. Berry - 1985
A Vector C and Fortran Compiler for the FPS T-Series: Experiences with compiling to occam I – Occam I, D. E. Stevenson, L. K. Ammons, G. L. Raj - 1992
2 Towards Optimizing Code Generation by Domain-Sensitive Macro Expansion – Eero Lassila, Eero Lassila - 1997
6 Towards the Generation of Efficient Code from Verified Programs – John Mchugh - 1984
1 The Evolution of Lisp – Guy L. Steele, Richard P. Gabriel
8 Compilation to compact code – Brian Marks - 1980
75 Continuation-Based Multiprocessing – Mitchell Wand - 1980
51 Program improvement by source-to-source transformation – David B. Loveman - 1977
8 Demystifying Magic: High-level Low-level Programming – Daniel Frampton, Stephen M. Blackburn, Perry Cheng, Robin J. Garner, David Grove, J. Eliot B. Moss, Sergey I. Salishev - 2009
48 The Evolution of Lisp – Guy L. Steele, Jr., Richard P. Gabriel - 1993