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ATOM (Analysis Tools with OM) is a single framework for building a wide range of customized program analysis tools. It provides the common infrastructure present in all code-instrumenting tools; this is the difficult and time-consuming part. The user simply defines the tool-specific details in instrumentation and analysis routines. Building a basic block(More)
The Western Research Laboratory (WRL) is a computer systems research group that was founded by Digital Equipment Corporation in 1982. Our focus is computer science research relevant to the design and application of high performance scientific computers. We test our ideas by designing, building, and using real systems. The systems we build are research(More)
Identifying variables as invariant or constant at compile-time allows the compiler to perform optimizations including constant folding, code specialization, and partial evaluation. Some variables, which cannot be labeled as constants, may exhibit semi-invariant behavior. A "semi-invariant" variable is one that cannot be identified as a constant at(More)
Variables and instructions that have invariant or predictable values at run-time, but cannot be identified as such using compiler analysis, can benefit from value-based compiler optimizations. Value-based optimizations include all optimizations based on a predictable value or range of values for a variable or instruction at run-time. These include constant(More)
This paper proposes a novel solution to querying hyperlinked multimedia cultural heritage datasets based on the user's context. Context in this sense is defined as the user's location in virtual space and the particular mobile device b eing modelled together with user preferences or profile. The purpose is to automatically push relevant data from the(More)
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