[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: feldspar-language
emax at chalmers.se
Wed Nov 4 03:53:25 EST 2009
One thing I forgot to make clear in the announcement is that the
language is still highly experimental, and some obvious things, such as
complex numbers, are currently missing. So this first release should
probably not be used for real applications.
However, while I don't know how autotuning works, I don't see why you
shouldn't be able to code it in Feldspar a few releases from now. I
don't know if it will be "easy" though :)
Warren Henning skrev:
> I see that section 4.1 of the user guide -
> - includes an example involving autocorrelation.
> Does this mean I could use Feldspare to easily build my own Autotune
> program? I love T-Pain and Autotune the News!
> On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 7:39 PM, Emil Axelsson <emax at chalmers.se> wrote:
>> I'm happy to announce the first release of Feldspar, which is an embedded
>> domain-specific language with associated code generator mainly targeting DSP
>> algorithms. The language is developed in cooperation by Ericsson, Chalmers
>> University and Eötvös Loránd University.
>> Feldspar stands for *F*unctional *E*mbedded *L*anguage for *DSP* and
>> The language front-end is available on Hackage:
>> The back-end C code generator will be uploaded and announced shortly. For
>> more information, see:
>> / Emil
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