An Overview of Compiler Techniques for Embedded Processors
The challenge of constructing compilers for today’s embedded processors is faced with a wealth of compilation techniques designed initially for architectures of a wide variety. These techniques have been converging from two main areas: software compilation for general-purpose microprocessors and high-level synthesis for ASICs . This chapter presents a review of individual techniques with emphasis on the methods which apply to the constraints imposed by today’s embedded processors.
KeywordsLoop Body Register Allocation Register Class Embed Processor Interference Graph
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