Dynamic memory disambiguation for array references

@inproceedings{Bernstein1994DynamicMD,
  title={Dynamic memory disambiguation for array references},
  author={David Bernstein and Doron Cohen and Dror E. Maydan},
  booktitle={MICRO},
  year={1994}
}
Memory disambiguation, or alias analysis, is a key component of modern optimizing compilers. Any optimization that reorders or changes code containing memory operations must analyze the memory references to ensure that the original semantics of the program are not changed. The recent proliferation of machines able to exploit parallelism, either at the coarse grain or more commonly at the instruction level, has led to the development of sophisticated memory disambiguation algorithms. In… CONTINUE READING
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