A provably sound TAL for back-end optimization

@inproceedings{Chen2003APS,
  title={A provably sound TAL for back-end optimization},
  author={Juan Chen and Dinghao Wu and Andrew W. Appel and Hai Fang},
  booktitle={PLDI},
  year={2003}
}
Typed assembly languages provide a way to generate machine-checkable safety proofs for machine-language programs. But the soundness proofs of most existing typed assembly languages are hand-written and cannot be machine-checked, which is worrisome for such large calculi. We have designed and implemented a low-level typed assembly language (LTAL) with a semantic model and established its soundness from the model. Compared to existing typed assembly languages, LTAL is more scalable and more… CONTINUE READING

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