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Thats the idea. If one is to scale a system across a network, then
you'll see performance increase, not to mention code complexity will
roughly increase linearly (in my experience) with erlang and
exponentially with traditionally imperative languages like C++ or Java.<br>
Hugh Perkins wrote:
<pre wrap="">On 9/7/07, Zac Brown <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a> wrote:
<pre wrap=""> I think I'm less irritated with the inaccurate results than I am with the
fact that "method invocation" has suddenly become equivalent to
Odd how simple it is to bend our tests to our whim eh?
Presumably the issue is that the tests were on a single-core system,
where true threading doesnt give any speed advantage?
If one tested on a 64-core system, presumably the Erlang solution
would be obviously better, and the other solutions would need to use
threading too to get somewhere close?
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