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This paper presents a new approach to local instruction scheduling based on integer programming that produces optimal instruction schedules in a reasonable time, even for very large basic blocks. The new approach first uses a set of graph transformations to simplify the data-dependency graph while preserving the optimality of the final schedule. The… (More)

This paper describes the implementation of an instruction scheduler that produces near-optimal results by efficiently enumerating all possible schedules. The scheduler is implemented in the context of an embedded processor that allows compile-time configuration of the instruction set to use for each program, where the need to adhere to the tight and… (More)

Traditional compilers perform their code generation tasks based on a fixed, pre-determined instruction set. This paper describes the implementation of a compiler that determines the best instruction set to use for a given program and generates efficient code sequence based on it. We first give an overview of the VISC Architecture pioneered at Cognigine that… (More)

- Jack Liu, Youfeng Wu
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- 2006

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