> The JEL library enables users to enter algebraic expressions into their > programme. > Since JEL converts expressions directly into Java bytecode, it significantly > speeds up their evaluation time. If the user's Java virtual machine has a > JIT compiler, expressions are transparently compiled into native machine > code. Were the overheads of loading a JVM, compiling an expression to java bytecode, considered? I ask because i doubt there can be any speed up at all. Bye -- Salvo Tomaselli
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