CEAL : A C-Based Language for Self-Adjusting Computation
Abstract: CEAL is a C-based language for self-adjusting computation. CEAL extends (a somewhat restricted subset of) C with a small set of primitives that allow programmers to write self-adjusting computations in a manner similar to conventional C programming. CEAL code can both call and be called by conventional C code.
(Link here: ceal.mpi-sws.org)
We intend to provide complete manuals, how-tos and other user support in wiki form. Some useful places to start are listed below:
CEAL is copyrighted by its authors. It is licensed under the GNU Public License, version 3.0.
- External users, please refer to:
- Internal users, may access the SVN repository directly, which is hosted here:
CEAL has evolved heavily over the last few years. Past versions of the system, which have each differed considerably, are available for completeness. See these pages for download links:
Where applicable, the CEAL source code should contain relevant author information on a file-by-file basis. As an overview, the following people have contributed code to the current system: