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World Age in Julia: Optimizing Method Dispatch in the Presence of Eval (Extended Version) [article]

Julia Belyakova, Benjamin Chung, Jack Gelinas, Jameson Nash, Ross Tate, Jan Vitek
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper provides the first formal semantics of world age in a core calculus named Juliette, and shows how world age enables compiler optimizations, such as inlining, in the presence of eval.  ...  The Julia programming language introduces the novel concept of world age to insulate optimized code from one of the most disruptive side-effects of eval: changes to the definition of an existing function  ...  WORLD AGE IN JULIA The world-age mechanism in Julia limits the set of methods that can be invoked from a given call site.  ... 
arXiv:2010.07516v2 fatcat:vpp2ojmvo5bcngm7mreehxnrxe

Type Stability in Julia: Avoiding Performance Pathologies in JIT Compilation (Extended Version) [article]

Artem Pelenitsyn, Julia Belyakova, Benjamin Chung, Ross Tate, Jan Vitek
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Success in that niche hinges on fostering a rich ecosystem of highly optimized mathematical libraries.  ...  The Julia language is predicated on the bet that its users can write efficient numerical code in the language itself, without having to resort to C or Fortran.  ...  Notably, due to the so-called world-age mechanism [Belyakova et al. 2020] which restricts the effect of eval, source methods are fixed from the perspective of compilation; only compiled instances changes  ... 
arXiv:2109.01950v1 fatcat:hthgyrfwrrhkrnip2bisx7tf6m

Modeling an integrated energy transformation of the electricity sector [article]

Jens Weibezahn, Technische Universität Berlin, Christian Von Hirschhausen
2020
Part II deals with economic dispatch modeling. In Chapter 3 a five-fold approach to open science is introduced and the advantages of open energy models are being discussed.  ...  However, overall network congestion and re-dispatch levels increase in 2015 and also remain on a high level in case of two bidding zones.  ...  Julia can be used in a REPL (read-eval-print loop) on a console, in Jupyter notebooks, and in IDEs like the Atom text editor.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-10400 fatcat:54qn6wgojjesvn7mh3hq2y4d44

Diurnal Variation of Stratospheric Chlorine Monoxide: A Critical Test of Chlorine Chemistry in the Ozone Layer

P. M. Solomon, R. de Zafra, A. Parrish, J. W. Barrett
1984 Science  
Earlier measurements by in situ reso-Dance .ftuorescence (3), infrared .heterodyne spectroscopy (4), balloon-borne (5) and ground-based (6) millimeter-wave spectroscopy have established the presence; approximate  ...  There is a strong diurnal variation expected in the concentration of cia. After the recombination. of atomic oxygen at sunset, reaction 2 ceases.  ...  The golden age of Brit-. ish science, between 1950 and 1975, when the Nobel Prizes won for England werel egion, is but a memory-.In comparison tot he rest of the world -from the United Ii States, where  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.224.4654.1210 pmid:17819478 fatcat:i6j3yryf6ncznhi3zxgzfqxpce

"Things must be bad at the front": Women in the Soviet Military during WWII

Steven Merritt Miner
2018 MCU Journal  
they have an impact on the Department of Defense, the Department of the Navy, and the U.S.  ...  Established in 2008, Marine Corps University Press (MCUP) recognizes the importance of an open dialogue between scholars, policy makers, analysts, and military leaders and of crossing civilian-military  ...  Moskos suggests that the militaries of the Western world are in transition from a late-modern age (1945-90) to a postmodern age. 88 While a postmodern military continues to define their identity and  ... 
doi:10.21140/mcuj.2018si02 fatcat:lhvltpboifg7zab763pw35jnzi

Major Essays [chapter]

2015 Freud, V.1  
scenario in respect of the prehistory of psychoanalysis than the standard version.  ...  A decade or so earlier, in her presence, Dr. Kurt R.  ...  the age of 81½-the age at which his father and (in 1914) his half-brother Emanuel died (3 July 1915, in H .  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315791937-8 fatcat:57vkrroksbeq3lipahb6cpraj4

Proceedings of the House of Delegates, Medical Society of the State of New York, November 7-10, 1982, Kiamesha Lake, New York, and official position papers

1983 New York state journal of medicine  
Beyond that there may be reason for optimism because of several events which have transpired in the past year.  ...  of the Workers’ Compensation Board from the World Trade Center in Manhattan to another less accessible location in an outlying borough.  ... 
pmid:6575270 fatcat:3bflewy4yfeqrlp5p4p4dezc54

GeoBerlin2015 - Dynamic Earth from Alfred Wegener to today and beyond - Abstracts [article]

Johannes Wagner, Kristen Elger
2015
In conclusion, the accuracy and precision of these zircon dating methods will be assessed and compared to recent statements of "1-3% (2s) laboratory reproducibility" for SHRIMP/SIM-ages (Schaltegger et  ...  The Potsdam-Berlin research platform Geo.X will stage the Geo.X School "Methods in Geosciences""in the week before the conference: 28 th September -1 st October 2015.  ...  in the world.  ... 
doi:10.2312/gfz.lis.2015.003 fatcat:dzegmsf3lvgk5cczevhpppwu3a

DISCOURSES OF ORDINARY JUSTICE: CONFIGURATIONS OF LEGAL AND LITERARY DISCOURSE IN LATE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATION Discourses of Ordinary Justice: Configurations of Legal and Literary Discourse in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century American Literature

Trinyan Paulsen, Mariano, Trinyan Paulsen, Mariano
2011 unpublished
In this section I set out my reading of the presence produced by loss in Touchstone in order to argue that Wharton's version of privacy does not rest solely on the notions of either inviolate personality  ...  Chesnutt's novel leaves little room for optimism.  ... 
fatcat:iflmsvth25apxiyjx3cfi2wvy4

Women in medicine: making a difference. Third Regional Conference. New York City, April 8-10, 1983

Journal of the American Medical Women's Association (1972)  
conditions found in only some cases, such as a higher incidence of bone sarcoma, an interme- diate stage between adenosis and adenocarcinoma, dam- age to the germ cell and the ovaries, the presence of  ...  , her power in her own world.  ... 
pmid:6736529 fatcat:2ml5ahl4ybffnia22zfa7v6vfm

The Expense of Spirit: Love and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama

Mary Beth Rose
1988
Henry Ansgar Kelly's case in Love and Marriage in the Age of Chaucer (Ithaca, N.  ...  moved into the modern age.  ...  presented a world apparently designed for the sole purpose of providing the knight with a series of adventures in which he could demonstrate his valor; as a result, chivalric idealism tended to glamorize  ... 
doi:10.7298/z9gc-ke86 fatcat:vcibfzebqvhardqqc7ee2kgusi

Edith Wharton's Travel Writing: The Making Of A Connoisseur

Sarah Bird Wright
1995
Each original is also photographed in one exposure and is included in reduced form at the back of the book.  ...  The quality of this reproduction is dependent upon the quality of the copy submitted.  ...  ," th e peripatetic Italian th ea ter of the T he com m edia dell'arte m igh t be conceived as a m icrocosm enacting on e stage in the extended im age of "carnival" developed by M ikhail Bakhtin.  ... 
doi:10.21220/m2-qq03-0a82 fatcat:migp7eb5o5fmfmlgn65agxhilu