In computing, partial evaluation is a technique for several different types of program optimization by specialization. The most straightforward application is to produce new programs which run faster than the originals while being guaranteed to behave in the same way.
, the static data, is the part of the input data known at compile time.
The partial evaluator transforms into by precomputing all static input at compile time. is called the "residual program" and should run more efficiently than the original program. The act of partial evaluation is said to "residualize" to .
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... constraint corresponding to a given inconsistent partial evaluation, but also on the choice of which constraint they maintain and which ones they discard ... may exhaust the available memory and increase the cost of checking consistency of partial evaluations ... Bounded learning only stores constraints if the inconsistent partial evaluation they represent is smaller than a given constrant number ...
... If Istatic is source code designed to run inside said interpreter, then partial evaluation of the interpreter with respect to this data/program produces prog*, a version ...
... The key difference between run-time specialization and partial evaluation is that the values of on which is specialised are not known statically, so the specialization takes place at run-ti ... Partial evaluation is applied to algorithms explicitly represented as codes in some programming language ... any universal methods for specializing algorithms, which is usually the case with partial evaluation ...
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