Toy LISP Interpreter on a Connex Memory Maschine
Bogdan Mîtu (Center for New Electronic Architecture, Romania)
Corina Mîtu (Institute of Microtechnology, Romania)
Abstract: The Connex Memory is a new memory structure proposed by G. Stefan as a hardware support for symbolic processing. The powerful set of memory access functions supported by the CM is expected to allow a faster and less resource consuming execution of functional languages on dedicated architectures. This paper presents an interpreter of Chaitin s Toy LISP written for a CM-based system with stack controller.
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