|Tree rewriting code generators email@example.com (1991-04-27)|
|Re: Tree rewriting code generators firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-05-01)|
|Re: Tree rewriting code generators email@example.com (1991-05-01)|
|Re: Tree rewriting code generators firstname.lastname@example.org (Sakari Jalovaara) (1991-05-03)|
|Re: Tree rewriting code generators email@example.com (1991-05-03)|
|Re: Tree rewriting code generators firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-05-06)|
|Keywords:||design, code, optimize|
|Date:||Sat, 27 Apr 91 16:11:21 PDT|
I am interested in soliciting opinions that people might have about code
generation via tree rewriting. In  (and also in the dragon book) a
system for specifying tree rewriting schemes called Twig is described. I
am working on a system similar to Twig. I'm wondering who else is working
in this area, and what kind of progress has been made. I seek the
1) References to journal articles not listed below.
2) Information about people/organizations working in this area.
3) Comments from personal experience.
3) An answer to the question : "Has anybody used a language such
as Twig to write a REAL compiler?".
 Aho A V, Ganapathi M, Tjiang S W K "Code generation using
tree matching and dynamic programming", TOPLAS v11 #4, pp491-516,
 Christopher T W, Hatcher P J "High quality code generation
via bottom up tree pattern matching" Proceedings of the 13th an-
nual ACM symposium on principles of programming languages, pp119-
 Fraser C W, Wendt A L "Automatic generation of fast optimiz-
ing code generators" SIGPLAN Not. v23 #7, pp79-84, Jul. 1988
 Fraser C W "A language for writing code generators", SIGPLAN
Not. v24 #7, pp238-245, Jul. 1987
 Schwartz R A, Yates J S "Dynamic programming and industrial
strength instruction selection: code generation by tiring but not
exhaustive, search" SIGPLAN Not. v23 #10, pp131-140, Oct. 1988
Thanks in advance,
[Previous questions about Twig haven't produced any response. -John]
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