|Register Allocation via Hiearachical Graph Coloring email@example.com (Sapna Jain) (2004-09-21)|
|Re: Register Allocation via Hiearachical Graph Coloring firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard F. Man) (2004-09-24)|
|Re: Register Allocation via Hiearachical Graph Coloring email@example.com (2004-09-24)|
|Re: Register Allocation via Hiearachical Graph Coloring firstname.lastname@example.org (2004-10-02)|
|From:||"Richard F. Man" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||24 Sep 2004 00:22:43 -0400|
|Organization:||ImageCraft Creations Inc.|
|Posted-Date:||24 Sep 2004 00:22:43 EDT|
Sapna Jain wrote:
>I have read David Callahan & Brian Koblenz's paper of "Register
>Allacation via hierarchical Graph Coloring, & find that it works
>better in all condition than Chaitin's & Brigg's method.
Do you mean "it claims to work better..." rather than "[you] find that
it works better...?" If it is from experience, then you ought to know
the answers? I am almost certain that I have heard that a commercial
compiler uses this technique. Whether I heard it from one of the
numerous ex-colleagues or in a compiler conference, I do not remember.
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