Optimal Loop Parallelization


Parallelizing compilers promise to exploit the parallelism available in a given program, particularly parallelism that is too low-level or irregular to be expressed by hand in an algorithm. However, existing parallelization techniques do not handle loops in a satisfactory manner. Fine-grain (instruction level) parallelization, or compaction, captures… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/53990.54021


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