|Re: Java virtual machine as target language for C/C++ firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel C. Wang) (1996-05-27)|
|Re: Using C as an UNCOL email@example.com (Dave Lloyd) (1996-06-13)|
|UNCOL, or: dealing with loss of information when compiling. firstname.lastname@example.org (Toon Moene) (1996-06-21)|
|Re: UNCOL, or: dealing with loss of information when compiling. email@example.com (1996-06-23)|
|UNCOL, or: dealing with loss of information when compiling. firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave Lloyd) (1996-06-26)|
|From:||email@example.com (Preston Briggs)|
|Date:||23 Jun 1996 23:17:56 -0400|
|References:||96-05-163 96-06-054 96-06-069|
|Keywords:||C, UNCOL, performance|
Toon Moene <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>I must, to my embarrassment, confess that all of my knowledge about
>compilers stems from this one text book that carries the nick-name "Dragon
>Book". I bought it 14 years ago, and have never read anything else on the
>subject. Do you have a reference for Wolfe's book ? (I recall that it has
>some repugnant title like "Supercompilers for Supercomputers", which to me
>has a uncomfortably high "Carl Sagan touch" to it).
Supercompilers for Supercomputing was Wolfe's thesis
and "best-selling monograph."
Perhaps the reference is to
High Performance Compilers for Parallel Computing
Don't be confused -- Wolfe is not Sagan.
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