|Summary of OOP Interprocedural Analysis references firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-04-29)|
|From:||email@example.com (M. Prakash Kumar)|
|Date:||29 Apr 1996 23:33:38 -0400|
|Keywords:||OOP, analysis, summary|
A couple of months back I posted the following message. In this post, I am
summarizing the responses I got for the original message.
Hope this is helpful. Thanks to everyone who responded.
#My original post:
# Can anyone point me to resources (papers/technical reports/tools) on
# Interprocedural Analysis for OO Programs.
# Thanks in advance
These are the responses I got.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Nov 27 17:49 CST 1995
Check out the bibliography in
This is an expanded version of a paper in OOPSLA'94 which describes
an iterative context-sensitive flow analysis for object-oriented
other papers in the same directory give performance results
on standard benchmarks for a compiler using this analysis
and a set of related optimizations.
From email@example.com Tue Nov 28 15:01 CST 1995
Try papers on "Self" from Stanford. They've done a lot of interprocedural
analysis to make their delegation based language nearly as fast as C
(better than C++!)
From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Dec 1 20:53 CST 1995
you probably are aware of the work done by Craig Chambers and his
gang at the University of Washington, but if not look at:
From email@example.com Mon Nov 27 07:56 CST 1995
You can get our paper on the topic from:
You can follow the references from that paper.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Nov 27 10:35 CST 1995
Professor Andrew Chien of UIUC is working in this area... check his
Web page (which should be accessible by working down through
Hope this helps,
John R. Grout Center for Supercomputing R & D email@example.com
Also I found the following paper to be useful
An Extensible Program Representation for Object-Oriented Software,
Brian A. Malloy, J.D.McGregor, A. Krishnaswamy and M.MediKonda,
SigPlan Notices, December 1994, Vol. 29, No. 12, pp. 38-47.
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