A Method of Memoization

From Wikipedia: ” memoization is an optimization technique used primarily to speed up computer programs by having function calls avoid repeating the calculation of results for previously processed inputs.”

Technical Field / Operating Unit or Centre:

ICT / CSIR Meraka

Technology Description:

A method of operating a computing device to perform memoization, the method including determining whether or not a result of a function is stored in a cache and, if so, retrieving the result from the cache and, if not, calculating the result and storing it in the cache.

IPR:

Patent in prosecution

Contact:  Nicki Koorbanally

 

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