Daisy is a statically-scoped, demand-driven, applicative programming language. The design of Daisy is based on suspending construction, a model for demand-driven parallel computation developed at Indiana University.

In the geneology of languages, Daisy is a descendant of pure Lisp and is a contemporary of Scheme. In syntax and semantics, however, Daisy differs significantly from most Lisp-family languages.


What's so great about Daisy?

The research goals behind Daisy can be summed up as follows:


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