Seventh Workshop on Interaction between Compilers and Computer Architecture: INTERACT-7 2003

Overview

Papers from a February 2003 workshop examine new ideas and recent developments in compiler techniques and computer architectures. With sections on JVM optimization and prefetching, procedure optimization, low power aware architecture and optimization, and region based optimization, some themes include the interaction between compilers and power-efficient computation, compiling techniques for the EPIC architecture, prefetch with speculative threads, power-efficient architectures, and efficient support for virtual ...
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Overview

Papers from a February 2003 workshop examine new ideas and recent developments in compiler techniques and computer architectures. With sections on JVM optimization and prefetching, procedure optimization, low power aware architecture and optimization, and region based optimization, some themes include the interaction between compilers and power-efficient computation, compiling techniques for the EPIC architecture, prefetch with speculative threads, power-efficient architectures, and efficient support for virtual machine execution. There is no subject index. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780769518893
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2003
  • Pages: 104

Table of Contents

Message from the organizers
Program committee
A generation ahead - where can compiler drive to
Impact of JIT/JVM optimizations on Java application performance 5
Compiler support for dynamic speculative pre-execution 14
Procedure cloning and integration for converting parallelism from coarse to fine grain 27
High performance code generation through lazy activation records 37
The effect of compiler optimizations on Pentium 4 power consumption 51
Combining software and hardware monitoring for improved power and performance tuning 57
An adiabatic framework for a low energy [mu]-architecture and compiler 65
A region-based compilation infrastructure 75
Compiler-directed resource management for active code regions 85
Author index 95
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