A Reduced Multipipeline Machine Description that Preserves Scheduling Constraints

  title={A Reduced Multipipeline Machine Description that Preserves Scheduling Constraints},
  author={Alexandre E. Eichenberger and Edward S. Davidson},
High performance compilers increasingly rely on accurate modeling of the machine resources to efficiently exploit the instruction level parallelism of an application. In this paper, we propose a reduced machine description that results in faster detection of resource contentions while preserving the scheduling constraints present in the original machine description. The proposed approach reduces a machine description in an automated, error-free, and efficient fashion, Moreover, it fully… CONTINUE READING
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