%T Native Code Generation using the Transterpreter.
%A Christian L. Jacobsen, Damian J. Dimmich, Matthew C. Jadud
%E Peter H. Welch, Jon Kerridge, Frederick R. M. Barnes
%B Communicating Process Architectures 2006
%X We are interested in languages that provide powerful
abstractions for concurrency and parallelism that execute
everywhere, efficiently. Currently, the existing runtime
environments for the occam\-pi programming language provide
either one of these features (portability) or some semblance
of the other (performance). We believe that both can be
achieved through the careful generation of C from occam\-pi,
and demonstrate that this is possible using the
Transterpreter, a portable interpreter for occam\-pi, as our
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