Towards Reflection in an FRP Language for Small-Scale Embedded Systems
This paper presents possible usages of reflection in Emfrp, a functional reactive programming language designed for resource constrained embedded systems. We propose a simple reflection mechanism that provides a higher-level abstraction for accessing the internals of the language runtime. In this mechanism, the metalevel access is via time-varying values. This means that the reflective operations are also reactive. As an example, we show a simple adaptive runtime of the language that eliminates unnecessary evaluations.
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|Towards Reflection in an FRP Language for Small-Scale Embedded Systems|
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|Dynamic Layers for Extreme Debugging|