Quantifying ILP by means of graph theory

@inproceedings{Escuder2007QuantifyingIB,
  title={Quantifying ILP by means of graph theory},
  author={Virginia Escuder and Ra{\'u}l Dur{\'a}n and Rafael Rico},
  booktitle={VALUETOOLS},
  year={2007}
}
Computer architecture evaluation requires new tools that complement the customary simulations and, in this sense, the traditional Graph Theory can help to create a new frame for finegrain parallelism analysis of execution performance, a step beyond the classical static analysis performed by compilers. Starting off from Graph Theory basic foundations, this paper introduces the data dependence matrix D supported by the novel concept of the reduced valence. The matrix D characterizes a code… CONTINUE READING

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