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HOYOS, Jorge G  and  PUERTAS, Alex. Performance of Functional and Object-Oriented Paradigms in Multicore Architecture: Case Study Haskell-Java. Inf. tecnol. [online]. 2017, vol.28, n.5, pp.65-74. ISSN 0718-0764.

This paper describes how multicore parallelism is implemented in the Haskell and Java programming languages, using two different programming paradigms, functional and object oriented. The starting point is an existing implementation of the sudokus solver algorithm, developed in Haskell with a functional approach, to which elements of basic parallelization were incorporated. After that, an equivalent version was constructed from object-oriented programming in the Java language. Finally, different measurements were taken to analyze and contrast the performance of the two implementations. According to the analysis, it was concluded that Haskell makes a more optimal use than Java of multicore architecture.

Keywords : functional programming; Haskell; Java; multicore architecture; object-oriented programming.

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