“Haskell Bytes” again

Janis Voigtländer has invited me again to give a lecture in his Advanced Functional Programming course at the University of Bonn. Like last time, when I talked about performance analysis in Haskell, I chose a topic that is more on implementationishy side to contrast the theoretic content of the rest of the course. I recycled my talk on the memory representation of GHC that I have held at last year’s Meta Main-Rhein Chaos Days. As usual I provide a transcript of the talk as intended (not as held). It is slightly revised over the old version and I have added a section on unboxed values in constructors, which I have nevertheless skipped today.


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