Compiler Construction

6th International Conference, CC'96 Linköping, Sweden, April 24–26, 1996 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-61053-3 (Print) 978-3-540-49939-8 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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    Pipelining-dovetailing: A transformation to enhance software pipelining for nested loops

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    Pages 18-32

    A comparison of modulo scheduling techniques for software pipelining

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    Pages 33-43

    Removing anti dependences by repairing

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    Pages 44-58

    Controlled Node Splitting

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    Pages 59-73

    Aggressive loop unrolling in a retargetable, optimizing compiler

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    Pages 74-90

    Generalized Constant Propagation a study in C

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    Pages 91-105

    Structuring decompiled graphs

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    Pages 106-118

    Non-monotone fixpoint iterations to resolve second order effects

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    Pages 121-135

    How to uniformly specify program analysis and transformation with graph rewrite systems

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    Pages 136-150

    Points-to analysis by type inference of programs with structures and unions

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    Pages 151-159

    Compiler construction: Craftsmanship or engineering?

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    Pages 160-176

    Code generation = A* + BURS

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    Pages 177-191

    A compiler for natural semantics

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    Pages 192-207

    Abstract compilation: A new implementation paradigm for static analysis

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    Pages 208-222

    Using partial evaluation in support of portability, reusability, and maintainability

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    Pages 223-237

    Incremental computation of static single assignment form

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    Pages 238-252

    Efficient storage reuse of aggregates in single assignment languages

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    Pages 253-267

    Effective representation of aliases and indirect memory operations in SSA form

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    Pages 268-280

    Maptool — supporting modular syntax development

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    Pages 281-293

    A faster Earley parser

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