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ELIMINATING SCOPE AND SELECTION RESTRICTIONS IN COMPILER OPTIMIZATION
 

Summary: ELIMINATING SCOPE AND SELECTION
RESTRICTIONS IN COMPILER OPTIMIZATION
SPYRIDON TRIANTAFYLLIS
A DISSERTATION
PRESENTED TO THE FACULTY
OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE
OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
RECOMMENDED FOR ACCEPTANCE
BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
COMPUTER SCIENCE
SEPTEMBER 2006
c Copyright by Spyridon Triantafyllis, 2006.
All Rights Reserved
Abstract
To meet the challenges presented by the performance requirements of modern architectures,
compilers have been augmented with a rich set of aggressive optimizing transformations.
However, the overall compilation model within which these transformations operate has
remained fundamentally unchanged. This model imposes restrictions on these transforma-
tions' application, limiting their effectiveness.

  

Source: August, David - Department of Computer Science, Princeton University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences