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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We argue that delayed-evaluation, self-optimising scientific software components, which dynamically change their behaviour according to their calling context at runtime offer a possible way of bridging the apparent conflict between the quality of scientific software and its performance. Rather than equipping scientific software components with a performance interface which allows the caller to supply the context information that is lost when building abstract software components, we propose todoi:10.1007/3-540-45706-2_92 fatcat:dicfwflssfbkbgrffrkgoi55yq