Embedded language for high-performance array computations (by AccelerateHS)
I'm toying with the idea of replacing vector values with vector generators, where e.g. v1 + v2 is not evaluated to a new vector, but to a vector program. This is similar to the approaches of Accelerate and TensorFlow. On the flip side, I don't think I could get rid of the overhead, and I expect much smaller computation loads than aforementioned libraries, so overheads could be very significant. The added benefit of using vector generators is that the generator could not only be evaluated, but also be turned into a Latex formula.
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