The ROSE Source-to-Source Compiler Infrastructure

@inproceedings{Quinlan2011TheRS,
  title={The ROSE Source-to-Source Compiler Infrastructure},
  author={Dan Quinlan and Chunhua Liao},
  year={2011}
}
The development of future software for proposed new computer architectures is expected to make significant demands on compiler technologies. Significant rewriting of applications will be likely to support the use of new hardware features and preserve the current software investment. Existing compilers provide little support for the broad range of research efforts addressing exascale challenges, such as parallelism, locality, resiliency, power efficiency, etc. The economics of how new machines… CONTINUE READING
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