|Architecture description languages for compilers? email@example.com (1993-01-25)|
|Architecture description languages for compilers? firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-01-26)|
|Re: Architecture description languages for compilers? email@example.com (1993-01-27)|
|Re: Architecture description languages for compilers? firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Henson) (1993-01-27)|
|Re: Architecture description languages for compilers? email@example.com (1993-01-28)|
|Re: Architecture description languages for compilers? firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-01-28)|
|Re: Architecture description languages for compilers? email@example.com (1993-02-01)|
|From:||Andrew Henson <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 27 Jan 1993 17:09:00 GMT|
email@example.com (Todd R. Eigenschink) writes:
> I'm planning on doing some research in optimization and code generation
> next quarter. One of the topics I'm interested in is machine
> descriptions--some vanilla way to describe the architecture of a machine
> for purposes of code generation. (Numbers of registers, addressing modes,
Davidson J W & Fraser C W "Register allocation and Exhaustive
Peephole Optimization" Software-Practice and Experience Vol 14(9)
857-865 (September 1984)
Davidson J W & Fraser C W "Code selection through Object Code
Optimization" ACM Trans Prog Lang Vol6(4) (October 84) 505-526
Davidson J W & Whalley D B "Quick Compilers Using Peephole
Optimisation" Software-Practice and Experience Vol19(1) 79-97
The basic idea is to generate code very crudely and optimise very well it
using an exhaustive search of actual instructions. Instructions are
stored using a Register Transfer Language.
The exhaustive search is expensive, so commonly used ones are cached.
Andy Henson; voice: +44.923.825275; voicemail: +44.426.910223
firstname.lastname@example.org; Cix is a mail service: I'm independent.
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