[erlang-questions] question re parallel map code on pg 366 of "Programming Erlang"

David Cabana drcabana@REDACTED
Fri Jan 23 16:09:35 CET 2009

Ulf, thanks for that link.  The discussion of pmap is very
interesting, as is the entire presentation. I don't suppose there's
video or a podcast  of the spoken portion of the presentation?

I have to admit I am not familiar with the Erlang version of
QuickCheck ( a similar tool is widely used in Haskell). Googling
QuickCheck led me to a commercial tool at http://www.quviq.com/ .  Is
this the same tool you mention in your presentation?   I saw no price
mentioned on the quviq site, so I'm guessing this is not something the
average student of Erlang can afford to purchase for home use...

On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 7:41 AM, Ulf Wiger <ulf@REDACTED> wrote:
> I gave a tutorial at the DAMP workshop (in conjunction with POPL) this week,
> and used pmap() as an example of how parallelizing sequential functions in
> Erlang is not always as straightforward as one might think.
> http://ulf.wiger.net/weblog/2009/01/23/erlang-programming-for-multicore/

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