7 Conclusion 6 Experimental Results 5.2 Moving a Load across Multiple Stores

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In many code streams, a load instruction is on a critical path and is followed by a chain of operations depending on the load. The execution of a load from memory often yields a long latency on a modern microprocessor. To compensate for this latency and reduce the length of the critical path, one way is to trigger the load as early as possible in a non… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tawbi19967C6, title={7 Conclusion 6 Experimental Results 5.2 Moving a Load across Multiple Stores}, author={Nadia Tawbi and J.-F. Collard and Denis Barthou and Tanguy Risset and W. Y. Chen and John R. Ellis and A. S. Huang and John Paul Shen and Vinod Kathail and Mike Schlansker and Benjamin M. Rau and P. Geoffrey Lowney and Stefan M. Freudenberger and Thomas J. Karzes and Woody Lichtenstein and Robert P. Nix and A. Mahlke and Derek Lin and Richard E. Hank}, year={1996} }