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From: (James Larus)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,comp.arch
Date: 24 Jun 1998 00:15:50 -0400
Organization: U of Wisconsin CS Dept
Keywords: courses, optimize

            Workshop on Profile and Feedback-Directed Compilation

                                  Paris, France October 13, 1998

              In Conjunction with the International Conference on
    Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (PACT '98)

This workshop is intended to be a forum for bringing together
researchers in the area of feedback-directed compilation and
optimization. Talks will be solicited emphasizing new ideas and
experience with building feedback-directed systems. There will be
a limited number of talks in order to allow the audience to
participate. The topics of interest include, but are not limited

      - Analysis to estimate program behavior
      - Profile techniques to measure program behavior
      - Techniques for estimating the benefit of optimization
      - Program analysis based on measurements, estimates, or
          program behavior
      - Compiler optimization based on measurements, estimates,
          or program behavior
      - Adaptive execution, dynamic compilation and continuous
      - Behavior analysis and optimization to improve memory hierarchy
          performance (e.g., cache-conscious data structures)
      - Experiences with real systems

There will be no published proceedings. However, workshop attendees
will receive copies of slides and related papers.

Submission: Talks will be accepted on the basis of a short abstract
that describes the work and the novel algorithms or experiences that
resulted from it.

- 5 Page abstract due by Aug. 21, 1998
- Notifications by Sept. 5, 1998


The most recent information is available at:

Workshop Co-Chairs: Brad Calder, Rajiv Gupta, and James Larus

Program Committee:

Brad Calder UC San Diego

Craig Chambers University of Washington
Evelyn Duesterwald Hewlett Packard
Jesse Fang Intel
Rajiv Gupta University of Pittsburgh
James Larus Microsoft Research
Mike Smith Harvard University

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