A Class-Specific Optimizing Compiler

@article{Sharp1993ACO,
  title={A Class-Specific Optimizing Compiler},
  author={Michael D. Sharp and Steve W. Otto},
  journal={Scientific Programming},
  year={1993},
  volume={2},
  pages={235-238}
}
Class specific optimizations are compiler optimizations specified by the class implementor to the compiler. They allow the compiler to take advantage of the semantics of the particular class so as to produce better code. Optimizations of interest include the strength reduction of c1ass::array address calculations, elimination of large temporaries, and the placement of asynchronous sendlrecv calls so as to achieve computation/communication overlap. We will outline our progress towards the… CONTINUE READING

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