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Generative Programming and Active Libraries [chapter]

Krzysztof Czarnecki, Ulrich Eisenecker, Robert Glück, David Vandevoorde, Todd Veldhuizen
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe generative programming, an approach to generating customized programming components or systems, and active libraries, which are based on this approach.  ...  In contrast to conventional libraries, active libraries may contain metaprograms that implement domain-specific code generation, optimizations, debugging, profiling and testing.  ...  We refer to libraries which apply concepts of generative programming as Active Libraries (Sect. 3).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39953-4_3 fatcat:t4b6l4wlrfdxbpnoupe7u2evqm

DESOLA: An active linear algebra library using delayed evaluation and runtime code generation

Francis P. Russell, Michael R. Mellor, Paul H.J. Kelly, Olav Beckmann
2011 Science of Computer Programming  
This paper explores the implementation of an active dense linear algebra library by delaying evaluation of expressions built using library calls, then generating code at runtime for the compositions that  ...  Active libraries can be defined as libraries which play an active part in the compilation, in particular, the optimisation of their client code.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the EPSRC through a DTA studentship and grant no. EP/E002412-1. We thank the anonymous referees for their very helpful and constructive feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2008.06.002 fatcat:r6htqsbponagjgdfy4qpiar5su

Area health education centers and health science library services

R T West, F H Howard
1977 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
The design and value of library activities for these programs needs explication.  ...  , and a categorization of library activities.  ...  and information services are generally not included in AHEC program planning and development.  ... 
pmid:884349 pmcid:PMC199368 fatcat:334dh4mwtbavfo3hla5z7tqori

Active Libraries: Rethinking the roles of compilers and libraries [article]

Todd L. Veldhuizen, Dennis Gannon
1998 arXiv   pre-print
Unlike traditional libraries which are passive collections of functions and objects, Active Libraries may generate components, specialize algorithms, optimize code, configure and tune themselves for a  ...  We describe Active Libraries, which take an active role in compilation.  ...  Portions of this paper grew out of joint work with David Vandevoorde (who coined the term active library), Krzysztof Czarnecki, Ulrich Eisenecker, and Robert Glück [9] .  ... 
arXiv:math/9810022v1 fatcat:nldkdmiiibe5noiqqs3bj7wyu4

Page 134 of Illinois Libraries Vol. 37, Issue 5 [page]

1955 Illinois Libraries  
These activities are supported by such ancillary services as library exhibits, book lists, and general reader guid- ance.  ...  These educational programs herald what promises to become a field of library activity as important and as far reaching as that with young people. Program For Smaller Libraries.  ... 

Page 258 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 2, Issue 3 [page]

1988 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Activities in this mode allow the user to add or delete library entries from the main library, which stores different sets of standards. A library entry can later be recalled and activated.  ...  There are two major activity options: (1) TALIB for table libraries; and (2) EDIT for editing the decision tables.  ... 

Preservation activities and needs in U.S. biomedical libraries: a status report

B A Kirkpatrick
1989 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
Efforts to identify general and special biomedical collections of potential importance to a national preservation program met with limited success.  ...  Findings pertaining to 134 basic health sciences libraries and to ninety-seven resource libraries in the Regional Medical Library Program network are reported and discussed.  ...  Resource libraries are most interested in programs designed to aid planning and evaluation efforts, such as general preservation program planning, evaluating treatment and replacement options for items  ... 
pmid:2758181 pmcid:PMC227433 fatcat:prserdtx4rb6lkwfprirsibgve

Special issue on library-centric software design (LCSD 2006)

Jeremy G. Siek
2011 Science of Computer Programming  
The second article, titled A Generic Topology Library by Rene Heinzl and Philipp Schwaha, presents generic programming abstractions for topological spaces.  ...  The first is titled DESOLA: An Active Linear Algebra Library Using Delayed Evaluation and Runtime Code Generation by Francis Russell, Michael Mellor, Paul Kelly, and Olav Beckmann.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2010.09.005 fatcat:i7wmvnt74bfn3jn3ikh5rkkqce

Formal Mentoring Programs Can Provide Organizational and Professional Benefits, but are Few and Far Between in Canadian Academic Libraries

Lindsay J. Alcock
2015 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
libraries and how such activities meet expectations for new librarians, practising librarians, and library administrators.  ...  Analyses of mentoring expectations, activities, and support in Canadian academic libraries.  ...  with mentees, and the general absence of a structured program with defined outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.18438/b8nw2c fatcat:igtn5q3ycnb5veljmv2fdl4tgu

Page 25 of The Library Quarterly Vol. 27, Issue 1 [page]

1957 The Library Quarterly  
While the Army Library, which represents a consolidation of libraries, supports primarily the plans and policies activities of the Secretariat, the General and Special Staffs, and the Administrative and  ...  The complex and diverse activities of the Army are reflected in these programs.  ... 

Gracious space: Library programming strategies towards immigrants as tools in the creation of social capital

Andreas Vårheim
2011 Library & Information Science Research  
The relevant programming activities in the libraries studied, English as a second language classes, computer classes, and civics classes, attract the target immigrant populations and according to library  ...  creating trust and social capital, that is, for theory development, and for library practice. employed in library practice, in planning and running library activities, and in serving immigrant populations  ...  the form of library programs and activities.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2010.04.005 fatcat:fylfg4qpjbflhc6givpuh6ezau

INNOVATIONS: A model for an academic library and library school mentor/protégé program

Mary Lynn Rice-Lively
2019 College & research libraries news  
The General Libraries administration views the mentor program as an important opportunity to contribute to the GSLIS program.  ...  Amy Mollberg, then Library and Infor mation Science Collection Librarian, with the guidance of the General Libraries' Associate Di rector, Linda Cain, implemented a pilot mentoring program.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.52.3.163 fatcat:gfo4jcge65earogtnggetnt62q

Page 83 of Library Trends Vol. 8, Issue 1 [page]

1959 Library Trends  
In general, the emphasis was on dis- cussion group programs, audio-visual programs, books, and activities which publicized and promoted the library.  ...  Eleven per cent of the activities, such as open house, radio and television programs, featured the library and its resources and services; ten per cent of the pro- grams were centered on special interest  ... 

Tools for troubleshooting: Which ones and what for

Robert Heaton
2018 Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship  
Most tools support multiple troubleshooting activities, and most troubleshooting activities are supported by multiple tools.  ...  Most respondents use subscription-manager administration tools, email programs, electronic resource management systems, and ticket trackers, but many other software programs are each used at a small number  ...  Libraries participate in the same general troubleshooting activities but have different priorities in deploying tools and personnel to the particular tasks of those respective areas.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1941126x.2018.1443903 fatcat:7mr6qefydjetxkoju7yt6a2bse

Guidelines for instruction programs in academic libraries: Approved by the ACRL Board of Directors, June 2003, revised October 2011

2012 College & research libraries news  
A program evaluation plan is useful for assessing a library instruction program's success and viability.  ...  , manage, and coordinate diverse instruction activities; • collect and interpret assessment data to evaluate and update instruction programs and services; • integrate and apply instructional technologies  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.73.4.8743 fatcat:oezsodc43nffrl2mfzfuc2ntzq
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