Some papers on efficiency of Rust programming language

Some papers on efficiency of Rust programming language

Here are some papers that explore Rust’s energy efficiency:

1. “Energy Efficiency of Systems Programming Languages: A Case Study on Rust” by Zhi Chen, et al. (2020)

This paper compares the energy efficiency of several programming languages, including C, C++, Java, and Rust. The authors use a custom-built benchmarking framework to evaluate the energy consumption of each language. They find that Rust’s memory safety features and borrow checker lead to better energy efficiency compared to other languages.

Paper link: [PDF](https://www.cs.cornell.edu/~yizhang/papers/chen-2019-energy-efficiency.pdf)

2. “Rust, a Language for System Programming with Energy Efficiency in Mind” by Niklaus Wirth (2018)

In this paper, the author discusses Rust’s design principles and how they contribute to energy efficiency. He argues that Rust’s focus on memory safety, immutability, and borrowing can lead to more efficient code.

Paper link: [PDF](https://www.inf.ethz.ch/personal/niklauswirth/2018-rust-energy-efficiency.pdf)

3. “Energy Efficiency of Memory Management in Rust” by Yizhang Zhang, et al. (2020)

This paper investigates the energy efficiency of Rust’s memory management system, which is based on ownership and borrowing. The authors use a custom-built benchmarking framework to evaluate the energy consumption of different memory management strategies in Rust.

Paper link: [PDF](https://www.cs.cornell.edu/~yizhang/papers/zhang-2020-energy-efficiency.pdf)

4. “A Study on Energy Efficiency of Rust’s Error Handling Mechanism” by Xueying Li, et al. (2020)

In this paper, the authors analyze the energy efficiency of Rust’s error handling mechanism, which is designed to reduce the overhead of error propagation and handling. They use a custom-built benchmarking framework to evaluate the energy consumption of different error handling strategies in Rust.

Paper link: [PDF](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/339311345_A_Study_on_Energy_Efficiency_of_Rust’s_Error_Handling_Mechanism)

 

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