Using Annotation to Reduce Dynamic Optimization Time

@inproceedings{Krintz2001UsingAT,
  title={Using Annotation to Reduce Dynamic Optimization Time},
  author={Chandra Krintz and Brad Calder},
  booktitle={PLDI},
  year={2001}
}
Dynamic compilation and optimization are widely used in heterogenous computing environments, in which an intermediate form of the code is compiled to native code during execution. An important trade off exists between the amount of time spent dynamically optimizing the program and the running time of the program. The time to perform dynamic optimizations can cause significant delays during execution and also prohibit performance gains that result from more complex optimization. In this research… CONTINUE READING
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