Building a Control-flow Graph from Scheduled Assembly Code

@inproceedings{Cooper2001BuildingAC,
  title={Building a Control-flow Graph from Scheduled Assembly Code},
  author={Keith D. Cooper and Timothy J. Harvey and Todd Waterman},
  year={2001}
}
A variety of applications have arisen where it is worthwhile to apply code optimizations directly to the machine code (or assembly code) produced by a compiler. These include link-time whole-program analysis and optimization, code compression, binary-to-binary translation, and bit-transition reduction (for power). Many, if not most, optimizations assume the presence of a control-flow graph (cfg). Compiled, scheduled code has properties that can make cfg construction more complex than it is… CONTINUE READING
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