Thu Mar 5 02:35:22 CET 2009
And as a more general question, how could Erlang improve its
performance on problems like chameneos-redux?
This is a benchmark where Erlang's poor performance sticks out like a
sore thumb. The frontrunners (on the quad-core benchmark) are
Haskell, C++, Scala, C, and Java. Erlang comes in dead last.
A school of thought seems to exist that because Erlang fares poorly on
these sorts of problems that you shouldn't even try to use Erlang to
address them, and that's not a school of thought I particularly like.
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