Semantical interprocedural parallelization: an overview of the PIPS project

@inproceedings{Irigoin1991SemanticalIP,
  title={Semantical interprocedural parallelization: an overview of the PIPS project},
  author={Fran231ois Irigoin and Pierre Jouvelot and R233mi Triolet},
  year={1991}
}
PIPS is an experhnental FORTRAN source-to-source parallelizer that combines the goal of exploring interprocedural and semantical analysis with a requirement for compilation speed. We present in this paper the main features of PIPS, i.e., demand-driven architecture, automatic support for multiple implementation languages, structured control graph, predicates and regions for interprocedural analysis and global nested loop paralle~lzation, with an emphasis on its core data structures and… CONTINUE READING
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