A stream compiler for communication-exposed architectures

@inproceedings{Gordon2002ASC,
  title={A stream compiler for communication-exposed architectures},
  author={Michael I. Gordon and William Thies and Michal Karczmarek and Jasper Lin and Ali S. Meli and Andrew A. Lamb and Chris Leger and Jeremy Wong and Henry Hoffmann and David Maze and Saman P. Amarasinghe},
  booktitle={ASPLOS},
  year={2002}
}
With the increasing miniaturization of transistors, wire delays are becoming a dominant factor in microprocessor performance. To address this issue, a number of emerging architectures contain replicated processing units with software-exposed communication between one unit and another (e.g., Raw, SmartMemories, TRIPS). However, for their use to be widespread, it will be necessary to develop compiler technology that enables a portable, high-level language to execute efficiently across a range of… CONTINUE READING
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