Delite: A Compiler Architecture for Performance-Oriented Embedded Domain-Specific Languages

@article{Sujeeth2014DeliteAC,
  title={Delite: A Compiler Architecture for Performance-Oriented Embedded Domain-Specific Languages},
  author={Arvind K. Sujeeth and Kevin J. Brown and HyoukJoong Lee and Tiark Rompf and Hassan Chafi and Martin Odersky and Kunle Olukotun},
  journal={ACM Trans. Embedded Comput. Syst.},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={134:1-134:25}
}
Developing high-performance software is a difficult task that requires the use of low-level, architecture-specific programming models (e.g., OpenMP for CMPs, CUDA for GPUs, MPI for clusters). It is typically not possible to write a single application that can run efficiently in different environments, leading to multiple versions and increased complexity. Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) are a promising avenue to enable programmers to use high-level abstractions and still achieve good… CONTINUE READING
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