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Generic Programming

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When implementing algorithms it is typically desirable to implement them in an abstract form, applicable to yet unknown data structures. The normal approach to abstraction is to use object-oriented interfaces, i.e. some variation of dynamic polymorphism. This presentation discusses the use of static polymorphism (C++ templates) for the implementation of algorithms and highlights some of the differences to dynamic polymorphism and their conceptual and practical implications. The presentation briefly shows how generic programming concepts are used to analyse FAST (Fix Adapted for STreaming; an encoding scheme used in the financial industry) data on some exchange feeds.

Dietmar Kühl is a software developer at Bloomberg L.P. working on high performance systems feeding financial exchange data into the internal system.

This talk is part of the Wednesday Seminars - Department of Computer Science and Technology series.

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