Personal Software Engineering Discussion Group
Title: "Special-purpose modelling language vs general-purpose programming"
Presenter: Jim Hanan
Place: Room 420, GP South (Building 78)
Time: Monday 3rd April 2006, 3.30pm coffee/tea, 4.00 talk
In more recent research, C++ has been extended with L-system-based routines, allowing more efficient compiled models to be built. I'll give some illustrations of the two approaches, hoping to stimulate discussion on their advantages and disadvantages vs use of general-purpose programming languages directly.
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