|Re: partial redundancy elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (Jens Knoop) (1994-02-02)|
|partial redundancy elimination email@example.com (Michael Naef) (1996-09-06)|
|Re: partial redundancy elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (Vijay Gupta) (1996-09-15)|
|Re: partial redundancy elimination email@example.com (1996-09-15)|
|Re: partial redundancy elimination firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-09-16)|
|Re: partial redundancy elimination email@example.com (Max Hailperin) (1996-09-17)|
|From:||Max Hailperin <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||17 Sep 1996 00:16:38 -0400|
|Organization:||Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN USA|
None of the other responses I've seen thus far have mentioned Knoop,
Ruething, and Steffen's "Optimal Code Motion: Theory and Practice,"
*ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems*, vol. 16,
no. 4 (July 1994), pp 1117-1155. Although there are so many important
papers on partial redundancy elimination and related topics that it is
hard to single any out, this is definitely one of the most important.
The orignal poster also asked for "introductory" material. He might
be interested in a handout I wrote for my undergraduate compiler's
course in which I summarized Knoop, Ruething, and Steffen's
approach to partial redundancy elimination. The URL is:
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 W. College Ave.
St. Peter, MN 56082
[P.S.: I didn't include anything on the handout about granting right
to reproduce it, since I hadn't intended it for other than internal
distribution. But you are welcome to reproduce it for educational
purposes so long as you leave it intact.]
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