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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Sac (Single Assignment C) is a strict, purely functional programming language primarily designed with numerical applications in mind. Particular emphasis is on efficient support for arrays both in terms of language expressiveness and in terms of runtime performance. Array operations in Sac are based on elementwise specifications using so-called With-loops. These language constructs are also well-suited for concurrent execution on multiprocessor systems. This paper outlines an implicit approachdoi:10.1007/3-540-48515-5_3 fatcat:4vyvbyc7djflxh27lrkc4rq3qq