Following on from the talk "Expression Tree Transforms", one of its key compile time functions will be examined: the "dual of a list of numbers". Whilst conceptually straight forward, it offers significant implementation challenges, hopefully providing some insight into how to get started in this branch of programming.
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Delving into compile time functions
Dominic Read Mechanical Engineering at UMIST, Manchester, in 2005 and stayed on to complete a doctorate on spray simulation using probability density functions. At Queen Mary, London, adjoint methods for fluid dynamics simulation was the focus of a three year post-doctoral project. Following this research, some of the ideas were carried forward into industry, applying the adjoint methodology to Star-CCM+ simulation software at Siemens. Presently the director of a university residential college in North West London, and due to start a Master's in Philosophy in September 2018.