Tomás Hruska

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This paper deals with retargetable compiler generation. After an introduction to application-specific instruction set processor design and a review of code generation in compiler backends, ISAC architecture description language is introduced. Automatic approach to instruction semantics extraction from ISAC models which result is usable for backend(More)
Application-specific instruction set processors used in embedded systems are highly optimized for a given task. On this type of processors runs a specific application. Therefore, the designer should have a tool which helps him or her in the task of processor and application optimization. One of such tools is profiler. It can discover problematic parts, such(More)
We describe an automated way to generate data for a practical LLVM instruction selector based on machine-generated description of the target architecture at register transfer level. The generated instruction selector can handle arbitrarily complex machine instructions with no internal control flow, and can automatically find and take advantage of arithmetic(More)
This paper presents a concept of a retargetable reverse compiler (i.e. a decompiler). This tool translates platform-specific binary applications into a high-level language (HLL) representation. A Python-like language was chosen as the target language. Our unique solution is automatically generated from the target platform description in the architecture(More)
Application-specific instruction set processors are the core of nowadays embedded systems. Therefore , the designers need to have powerful tools for the processor design. The tools should be generated automatically based on a processor description. One of the most important tools is the simulator. It is used during a testing phase of the processor design(More)