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A New Method of Optimization in Parallel Compilers

Originální název

A New Method of Optimization in Parallel Compilers

Anglický název

A New Method of Optimization in Parallel Compilers

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper introduces and discusses a new method of optimization, called Expression mating, used in parallel compilers.To express this method so rigorously as possible, the present paper examines a new kind of syntax directed translation schema, which allows carrying and processing of attributes iside syntactic analyzer. By using this kind of translation schema, it formally describes a whole syntactic analyzer utilizing expression mating. Since intermediary code generated by the compiler using this method must be processed without construction of basic blocks, new algoritms for register assignments without basic blocks are introduced as well.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper introduces and discusses a new method of optimization, called Expression mating, used in parallel compilers.To express this method so rigorously as possible, the present paper examines a new kind of syntax directed translation schema, which allows carrying and processing of attributes iside syntactic analyzer. By using this kind of translation schema, it formally describes a whole syntactic analyzer utilizing expression mating. Since intermediary code generated by the compiler using this method must be processed without construction of basic blocks, new algoritms for register assignments without basic blocks are introduced as well.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT13987,
  author="Luboš {Lorenc}",
  title="A New Method of Optimization in Parallel Compilers",
  annote="This paper introduces and discusses a new method of optimization, called Expression mating, used in parallel compilers.To express this method so rigorously as possible, the present paper examines a new kind of syntax directed translation schema, which allows carrying and processing of attributes iside syntactic analyzer. By using this kind of translation schema, it formally describes a whole syntactic analyzer utilizing expression mating. Since intermediary code generated by the compiler using this method must be processed without construction of basic blocks, new algoritms for register assignments without basic blocks are introduced as well.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 6th International Conference ISIM'03 Information Systems Implementation and Modelling",
  chapter="13987",
  edition="1st edition",
  year="2003",
  month="april",
  pages="187--194",
  type="conference paper"
}