Performance potential of optimization phase selection during dynamic JIT compilation

@inproceedings{Jantz2013PerformancePO,
  title={Performance potential of optimization phase selection during dynamic JIT compilation},
  author={Michael R. Jantz and Prasad A. Kulkarni},
  booktitle={VEE},
  year={2013}
}
Phase selection is the process of customizing the applied set of compiler optimization phases for individual functions or programs to improve performance of generated code. Researchers have recently developed novel feature-vector based heuristic techniques to perform phase selection during online JIT compilation. While these heuristics improve program startup speed, steady-state performance was not seen to benefit over the default fixed single sequence baseline. Unfortunately, it is still not… CONTINUE READING

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