- Tau: various musings and discussions with Alistair Turnbull
- Some of my writings on computers may also be interesting
A simple general-purpose low-level virtual machine, intended to be easy to target, and efficient to interpret, JIT, or compile to native code. Successor to Mite.
Mite is a general-purpose low-level virtual machine, which was the subject of my PhD research.
I've done various pieces of work connected with the language Forth, including Beetle.
At the EuroForth 2001 conference I presented a paper by Manfred von Thun, author of the concatenative language Joy. Concatenative languages generalise the stack model of Forth.
My BibTeX databases can be downloaded:
The VMs database currently contains a lot of non-VM-related material, and it doesn't contain the VM-related entries from my personal database. I hope I'll find time to sort this out; nag me if it would be helpful!
Last updated 2019/06/05