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Discovery
Teaching Computers How to Write Fast Software

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Spiral raises the level of abstraction for complete automation without sacrifices in performance.

In contrast to the ("Current") way of developing libraries, SPIRAL ("Future") raises the level of abstraction for complete automation without sacrifices in performance.

Credit: Markus Püschel, Carnegie Mellon University


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A part of the larger SPIRAL team is shown in the picture.

The library generation work is part of the larger SPIRAL project, a multi-university effort that studies automation in software and hardware development in a more general context and comprises the research teams mentioned in the discovery article and the group of professor James Hoe, CMU. A part of the larger SPIRAL team is shown in the picture. From left to right. Back row (4 people): David Padua, Aliaksei Sandryhaila, Yevgen Voronenko, Peter Milder. Middle row (7 people): James Hoe, Xiaoming Li, Maria Garzaran, Jeremy Johnson, Franz Franchetti, Srinivas Chellappa, Roland Wunderlich. Front row (3 people): Jose Moura, Marek Telgarsky, Markus Püschel., Roland Wunderlich. Front row (3 people): Jose Moura, Marek Telgarsky, Markus Püschel.

Credit: Markus Püschel, Carnegie Mellon University

 



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