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Approximate computing is the sacrifice of accuracy in the hopes of reducing resource usage. Research in this area offers many solutions in approximating programs yet little tooling for widespread use has been developed.
I will discuss the challenges in developing an approximate computing framework in OCaml and present some tooling solutions developed this summer.
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