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Toggle navigation. Search By Year All We ultimately produced such a compiler, relying on the Glasgow Haskell Compiler GHC as a front-end and writing our own back-end that performed a series of lowering transformations to restructure such constructs as recursion, polymorphism, and frst-order functions, into a form suitable for hardware, then transform the now-restricted functional IR into a datafow representation that is then finally transformed into synthesizable SystemVerilog. Many HLS systems produce efficient hardware designs for regular algorithms i. HLS tools typically provide imperative, side-effectful languages to the designer, which makes it difficult to correctly specify and optimize complex, memory-bound applications. In this dissertation, I present an alternative HLS methodology that leverages properties of functional languages to synthesize hardware for irregular algorithms. The main contribution is an optimizing compiler that translates pure functional programs into modular, parallel dataflow networks in hardware.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. In Chapter 2 we present evidence that scientific research in education accumulates just as it does in the physical, life, and social sciences. Consequently, we believe that such research would be worthwhile to pursue to build further knowledge about education, and about education policy and practice. These are daunting questions that philosophers, historians, and scientists have debated for several centuries see Newton-Smith  for a current assessment. Merton , for example, saw commonality among the sciences. He described science as having four aims: universalism, the quest for general laws; organization, the quest to organize and conceptualize a set of related facts or observations; skepticism, the norm of questioning and looking for counter explanations; and communalism, the quest to develop a community that shares a set of norms or principles for doing science.
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