Systematic intermediate sequence removal for reduced memory accesses


Modern software applications are growing in complexity and demand very intensive use of data. Therefore, a wide variety of data structures are utilized to facilitate the storage and access to these vast amounts of computed information. Additionally, the need for reliable software design and the development of large applications following the object-oriented… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1269843.1269851


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@inproceedings{Poucet2007SystematicIS, title={Systematic intermediate sequence removal for reduced memory accesses}, author={Christophe Poucet and Stylianos Mamagkakis and David Atienza and Francky Catthoor}, booktitle={SCOPES}, year={2007} }