# REFER bibliography on optimization, vectorization

## steve@hubcap.clemson.edu ("Steve" Stevenson)24 May 89 12:14:11 GMT

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 From: steve@hubcap.clemson.edu ("Steve" Stevenson) Newsgroups: comp.compilers Date: 24 May 89 12:14:11 GMT Organization: Clemson University, Clemson, SC

Many thanks to the folks who responded and especially to Lori Pollack
of Rice and Lori Grob of NYU. There are 113 titles without
re-entering the bibliography from David Padua's Dec 86 CACM article.
Hope this is of use to folks.

The next question would be: Name the 10 MUST READ articles/books.

Steve (really "D. E.") Stevenson steve@hubcap.clemson.edu
Department of Computer Science, (803)656-5880.mabell
Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-1906
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%Z Lori Pollock <lori@rice.edu>
%Z Here is a list of references from which I worked
%Z in my advanced compiler course.
%Z The course covered optimization, data flow analysis,
%Z code generation, register allocation, attribute
%Z grammars, and incremental evaluation.

%Z lethin@ai.mit.edu
%Z Andrew Ingalls <aingalls@sunfun.eta.com>
%Z ingalls.VAST Vectorizer
%Z ingalls. Vectorization of non-recursive/non-data dependent loops
%Z ingalls. Vectorization of both infinite (IF-THEN-GOTO loops) and DO/
%Z ingalls. WHERE loop structures.
%Z ingalls. Routine Expandsion
%Z ingalls. Multiple Loop Collapse
%Z ingalls. Picture Frame Collapse of Multiply Nested Loop structures
%Z ingalls. (As many as 7 deep)
%Z ingalls. The ability to REORDER/REDIMENSION arrays to increase
%Z ingalls. 'vectorizability'
%Z ingalls. The ability (for the user) to SELECT which loop will be
%Z ingalls. vectorized (so long as dependencies/recursions do not
%Z ingalls. occur)

%A A. V. Aho
%A S. C. Johnson
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Code Generation for Machines with Multiregister Operations
%B 4th ACN Symposium of Principles of Programming Languages
%P 21-28

%A A. V. Aho
%A S. C. Johnson
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Code Generation for Expressions with Common Subexpressions
%J JACM
%V 24
%N 1
%P 146-160

%A A. V. Aho
%A J. D. Ullman
%T The Theory of Parsing, Translation, and Compiling, Vol 2: Compiling
%I Prentice-Hall
%D 1973

%A A. V. Aho
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Listings for Reducible Flow Graphs
%B 7th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing
%D 1975
%P 177-185

%A A. V. Aho
%A Ravi Sethi
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools
%D 1985

%A F. E. Allen
%T Control Flow Analysis
%J SIGPLAN Notices
%V 5
%N 7
%P 1-19
%D 1970

%A F. E. Allen
%A J. Cocke
%T A Catalogue of Optimizing Transformations
%B Design and Optimization of Compilers
%E R. Rustin
%I Prentice-Hall
%D 1971
%P 1-30.
%O Transformations

%A F. E. Allen
%T Interprocedural Data Flow Analysis
%J Proceedins of IFIP Congress
%V 74
%I North-Holland
%P 398-402
%D 1974
%C Amsterdam

%A F. E. Allen
%A J. Cocke
%T A Program Data Flow Analysis Procedure
%J CACM
%V 19
%N 3
%D 1976
%P 137-147

%A F. E. Allen
%T Program Optimization
%J Annual Review of Automatic Programming
%V 5
%P 239-307
%D ??

%A J. R. Allen
%A K. Kennedy
%T PFC: A program to convert Fortran to parallel form
%R MASC-TR82-6
%I Rice University

%A J. R. Allen
%A K. Kennedy
%T Automatic Loop Interchange
%B Proc. of the ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Compiler Construction
%C Montreal
%D 1984
%P 233-246

%A J. R. Allen
%A K. Kennedy
%T Automatic Translation of Fortran Programs to Vector Form
%Z Rice COMP TR84-9 July 1984
%J Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
%D October 1987
%O Parallelization

%T Automatic Decomposition of Scientific Programs for Parallel Execution
%A R. Allen
%A D. Callahan
%A K. Kennedy
%B Conference Record of the Fourteenth
ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
%D Jan 1987
%P 63-76.
%O Parallelization

%A B. Alpern
%A M. Wegman
%T Detecting equality of variables in programs
%B Fifteenth POPL
%D January 1988
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A Mark Weiser
%T Minimizing Communication for Synchronizing Parallel Dataflow Programs
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 122-126
%K Compilers, MIMD, splitting, slicing, hammock graph, correctness proof,
splicing,
%X Misprint of pages (out of sequence in my copy).

%A J. Ball
%T Predicting the effects of optimization on a procedure body
%B SIGPLAN Compiler Construction Conference
%D August 1979
%O Interprocedural optimization

%A U. Banerjee
%T Speedup of Ordinary Programs
%R 79-989
%I Cornell University
%D 1979

%A U. Banerjee
%A S. C. Chen
%A D. J Kuck
%A R. A. Towle
%T Time and Parallel Processor Bounds for Fortran-like Loops
%J IEEE Trans Comput
%V C-28
%N 9
%D 1979
%P 660-670

%A U. Banerjee
%T Direct Parallelization of Call Statements
%R Rept 576
%I Center for Supercomputer Research and Development
%D 1985

%A J. C. Beatty
%T REgister Assignment Algorithm for Generaton of Highly Optimized Object Code
%J IBM J. Res. Devel
%P 20-39

%A J. C. Beatty
%T A Global Register Assigment Algorithm
%B Design and Optimization of Compilers
%E R. Rustin
%I Prentice-Hall
%D 1972
%P 65-68

%T A Study of Replacement Algorithms for a Virtual Storage Computer
%I IBM
%J IBM Systems Journal
%V 5
%N 2
%D 1966
%P 78-101

%A J. Bruno
%A R. Sethi
%T Code Generation for a One-Register Machine
%J JACM
%V 23
%N 3
%P 502-510

%A M. Burke
%A R. Cytron
%T Interprocedural dependaence analysis and parallelization
%B SIGPLAN 1986 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D 1986
%P 162-175
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A V. A. Busam
%A D. E. Englund
%T Optimization of expresions in Fortran
%J CACM
%V 12
%N 12
%D 1969
%P 666-674

%A D. Callahan
%A K. D. Cooper,
%A K. Kennedy
%A L. Torczon
%T Interprocedural Constant Propagation
%B ACM SIGPLAN 86 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1986
%P 152-161
%O Interprocedural optimization

%A D. Callahan
%A K. Kennedy,
%T Analysis of Interprocedural Side Effects in a Parallel Programming
Environment
%B Proceedings of the First International Conference on Supercomputing
%D 1987
%Z Rice University TR 87-57
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A D. Callahan
%T The program summary graph and flow-sensitive interprocedural data flow
analysis
%B SIGPLAN Conf. on Prog. Lang. Design and Imple.
%D June 1988.
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A F. Chow
%A M. Himelstein
%A E. Killian
%A L. Weber
%D 1986
%B Proc. of Compcon 1986
%P 132-137
%T Engineering a RISC Compiler System

%A F. Chow
%A M. Himelstein
%A E. Killian
%A L. Weber
%T Engineering a RISC compiler system
%B Digest of Papers of the Thirtyfirst IEEE Computer Society International Conference
%I IEEE
%D Feb 1986
%P 132-137.
%O
An optimizing compiler can reduce the register saving/restoring (RSR) traffic
during function calls by changing the allocation of variables to registers
for leaf functions. ...

%A F. Chow
%A M. Himelstein
%A E. Killian
%A L. Weber
%T Engineering a RISC compiler system
%J Digest of Papers of the Thirtyfirst IEEE Computer Society International
Conference (CompCon 86 Spring)
%D February 1986
%P 132-137.

%T Minimizing register usage penalty at procedure calls
%A F. Chow
%B SIGPLAN Conf. on Prog. Lang. Design and Imple.
%D June 1988
%O Register Allocation

%A J. Cocke
%A K. Kennedy
%T An Algorithm for Reduction of Operator Strength
%J CACM
%V 20
%N 11
%P 850-856

%A J. Cocke
%T Global Common Subexpression Elimination
%J SIGPLAN Notices
%V 5
%N 7
%D 1970
%P 20-24

%A J. Cocke
%A J. T. Schwartz
%T Programming Languages and Their Compilers
%I Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
%D 1970

%A Robert P. Colwell
%A Robert P. Nix
%A John J. O'Donnel
%A David B. Papworth
%A Paul K Rodman
%J IEEE Transactions on Computers
%T A VLIW Architecture for a Trace Scheduling Compiler
%D Aug, 1988
%J 37
%N 8
%P 967-979

%A K. Cooper
%A K. Kennedy
%T Efficient Computation of Flow Insensitive Interprocedural
Summary Information
%B ACM SIGPLAN 84 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1984
%P 247-258
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A K. Cooper
%O Aliases
%T Analyzing aliases of references formal parameters
%B Twelfth POPL
%D January 1985
%O Interprocedural optimization

%T The Impact of Interprocedural Analysis and Optimization
in the \$R sup n\$ Programming Environment
%A K. Cooper
%A K. Kennedy
%A L. Torczon
%B ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
%D October 1986
%P 491-523
%O Incremental Compilation/Optimization in Programming Environments

%A K. Cooper
%A K. Kennedy
%T Interprocedural side-effect analysis in linear time
%B SIGPLAN Conf. on Prog. Lang. Design and Imple.
%D June 1988.
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A D. S. Coutant
%A C. L. Hammond
%A J. W. Kelley
%T Compilers for the New Generation of Hewlett-Packard Computers
%D 1986
%J Hewlett-Packard Journal
%P 4-18

%A R. Cytron
%A M. Burke
%T ??

%A R. Cytron
%A A. Lowry
%T Code motion of control structures in high-level languages
%B Thirteenth POPL
%D January 1986.
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A R. Cytron
%T ??
%I ??
%D ??
%O automatic parallelization

%T A retargetable instruction reoranizer
%A J. Davidson
%B SIGPLAN Compiler Construction Conf.
%D June 1986
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%A Henry G. Dietz
%Z Purdue
%T Finding Large-Grain Parallelism In Loops With Serial Control Dependencies
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 114-121
%K Compilers, control precomputation, transformation, closure loop,
synchronization, iteration, restructuring,
%X Paper should have summarized comparison to DOALL and FORALL loops.
Needs to speak more about loop exception handling or branching.
Proposes a way to "straighten out" loops.

%A Rice Faculty
%T ?
%J TOPLAS
%D Dec, 1986
%O Function/interprocedural optimizations

%T The Program Dependence Graph and its Use in Optimization
%A J. Ferrante
%A K. J. Ottenstein
%A J. D. Warren
%J ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
%D July 1987
%P 319-349
%O Parallelization

%T Trace Scheduling: A Technique for Global Microcode Compaction
%A J. Fisher
%J IEEE Transactions on Computers
%V C-30
%N 7
%D July 1981
%P 478-490
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%T Integrating code generation and optimization
%A C. Fraser
%A A. Wendt
%B SIGPLAN Compiler Construction Conf.
%D June 1986
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%T Automatic generation of fast optimizing code generators
%A C. Frazer
%A A. Wendt
%B SIGPLAN Conf. on Prog. Lang. Design and Implementaion
%D June 1988
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%T A Systematic Approach to Advanced Debugging through Incremental Compilation
%A P. Fritzson
%B ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN Software Engineering Symposium on High-Level
Debugging
%D March 1983
%P 130-139
%O Incremental Compilation/Optimization in Programming Environments

%T Efficient Instruction Scheduling for a Pipelined Architecture
%A P. B. Gibbons
%A S. S. Muchnick
%B ACM SIGPLAN 86 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1986
%P 11-16
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%A S. L. Graham
%A M. Wegman
%T A Fast and Usually Linear Algorithm for Global Flow Analysis
%B 2nd ACM Symposium on Principls of Programming Languages
%D 1975
%P 22-34
%A Samuel P. Harbison
%T A Computer Architecture for the Dynamic Optimization of High-Level
Language Programs
%R CMU-CS-80-143
%I Computer Science Dept., Carnegie-Mellon University
%D September 1980
%O
Table 2-2 Optimization Techniques
Loop manipulations
Constant folding
Constant propagation
CSE Elimination
Code motion
Strength reduction
Register allocations
Evaluation optimizations
Access mode determination
Variable packing
Tree transformations

%A David Gries
%T Compiler Construction for Digital Computers
%I John Wiley
%D 1971

%A L. Grob
%T ??
%O Parallelism detection

%A W. Harrison
%T Compiler analysis of the value ranges for variables
%J IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
%V SE-3
%N 3
%D May 1977
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A W. L. Harrison
%T Compiling LISP for Evaluation on a Tightly Coupled Multiprocessor
%I Center for Supercomputing Res. & Dev., Univ. of Ill. at U-C
%R Rpt. No. 565
%D Mar., 1986
%O Mr. Harrison's PhD Thesis, which will cover the same area as the following,
will be out in a few months. Many of the techniques covered are not limited
to Lisp.

%A M. S. Hecht
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Flow Graph Reducibility
%J SIAM J. Comput
%V 1
%N 2
%P 188-202

%A M. S. Hecht
%T Flow Analyusis of Computer Programs,
%I Elsevier
%C Amsterdam
%D 1977

%T Program optimization and exception handling
%A J. Hennessy
%J ??

%T Symbolic Debugging of Optimized Code
%A J. Hennessy
%J ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
%V 4
%N 3
%D July 1982
%P 323-344
%O Symbolic Debugging and Optimization

%T Postpass Code Optimization of Pipeline Constraints
%A J. Hennessy
%A T. Gross
%J ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems
%D July 1983
%P 422-448
%O Low Level and Peephole Optimizations

%A J. E. Hopcroft
%A J. D. Ullman
%T An nlogn algorithm to dectect reducible graphs
%B Proc.6th Annyal Princeton Conf on Informaiton Sciences and Systems
%P 119-122

%A Harlan E Husmann
%A David J. Kuck
%Z CSRD, U. Ill.
%T Automatic Compound Function Definition for Multiprocessors
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 33-41
%K Compilers, program graph, compound functions (CF), control functions (CTF),
[original, additional, candidate] computation functions (CPF),
block access-no overlap architecture,
loop parallelism CF definition, optimal CF definition, Fortran,
DoAll, DoAcross, iterative control structures, program restructuring,
benchmark experiments (Eispack and Linpack), Parafrase,

%A Christopher Alan Huson
%T An In-Line Subroutine Expander for Parafrase
%I Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Computer Sci.
%R Rpt. No. 82-1118
%D Dec., 1982

%A J. B. Kam
%A J. D. Ullman
%T Monotone Data Flow Analysis Frameworks
%J Acta Informatica
%V 7
%D 1977
%P 305-317
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A K. Kennedy
%T A Global Flow Analysis Algorithm
%J International J. Comp Math
%V 3
%N 1
%P 5-16

%A K. Kennedy
%T Node Listings Applied to Data Flow Analysis
%B 2nd ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
%D 1975
%P 10-21

%A D. E. Knuth
%T An empirical study of FORTRAN programs
%J Software - Practice and Experience
%V 1
%N 12
%D 1971.
%P 105-134
%O Motivation for optimization

%A D. J. Kuck
%A et al.
%T Dependence Graphs and Compiler Optimization
%B Conference Record of the Eighth ACM Symposium on Principles of
Programming Languages
%D Jan. 1981
%P 207-218
%O Parallelization

%T Register Allocation in the SPUR Lisp Compiler
%A J. R. Larus
%A R. N. Hilfinger
%B ACM SIGPLAN 86 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1986
%P 255-263.
%O Register Allocation

%A Gyungho Lee
%Z U. of SW Louisiana
%T Automatic Restructuring of Conditional Cyclic Loops
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 42-45
%K Compilers, shared memory machines, CREW PRAM, postfix-IF,
linear mixed recurrence, binary tree representation, path selection,

%T A Guidebook to Fortran on Supercomputers
%A John M. Levesque
%A Joel W. Williamson
%C NY
%D 1988

%A Zhiyuan Li
%A Pen-Chung Yew
%T Interprocedural Analysis and Program Restructuring for Parallel Programs
%I Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for Supercomputing Res. & Dev.
%R CSRD Report No. 720

%A Zhiyuan Li
%A Pen-Chung Yew
%T Interprocedural Analysis for Parallel Programs
%J To appear in Proc. of 1988 Int'l. Conf. on Parallel Processing, St. Charles, IL
%D August 1988

%A J. Lipkis
%A L. Grob
%T ??
%O Survey

%A D. B. Loveman
%T Program Improvement by Source-to-Source Transformation
%J JACM
%V 20
%N 1
%D Jan. 1977
%P 121-145
%O Transformations

%A E. Lowry
%A C. W. Medlock
%T Object Code Optimizaiton
%J CACM
%V 12
%N 1
%D 1971
%P 13-22

%A W. J. Meyer
%T Optimization of Computer Code
%I G. E. Research Center
%R Unpublished
%P 12

%A E. Morel
%A C. Renvoise
%T Global optimization by suppression of partial redundancies
%J CACM
%V 22
%N 2
%D Feb. 1979.
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A E. W. Myers
%T A Precise Inter-procedural Data Flow Algorithm
%B Conference Record of the Eighth ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages
%D Jan. 1981
%P 219-230
%O Interprocedural Analysis

%A Ikuo Nakata
%T On Compiling Algorithms fro Arithmetic Expressions
%J CACM
%V 10
%N 8
%P 492-494

%A K. J. Ottenstein
%T A Brief Survey of Implicit Parallelism Detection
%B Parallel MIMD Computation: HEP Supercomputer and Its Applications
%E Janusz Kowalik
%I MIT Press
%D 1985
%P 93-122
%O Parallelization

%A M. J. Wolfe
%T Advanced Compiler Optimizations for Supercomputers
%J CACM
%V 29
%N 12
%D Dec 1986
%P 1184-1201

%T Incremental Compilation of Locally Optimized Code
%A L. Pollock
%A M. L. Soffa
%B \fIConference Record of the Twelfth ACM Symposium on Principles
of Programming Languages
%D Jan. 1985
%P 152-164
%O Incremental Compilation/Optimization in Programming Environments

%A B. Rosen
%A M. Wegman
%T Global value numbers and redundant computations
%B Fifteenth POPL
%D January 1988.
%O Data Flow Analysis

%T Incremental Data Flow Analysis
%A B. Ryder
%B Conference Record of the Tenth ACM Symposium on Principles of Programming
Languages
%D Jan. 1983
%P 167-176
%O Incremental Compilation/Optimization in Programming Environments

%A M. Schaefer
%T A Mathyematical Theory of Global Program Optimization
%I Prentice-Hall
%D 1973?
%X
Noted in AU Theory of Parsing ... as ``to appear''

%A R. Scheifler
%T An analysis of inline substitution for a structured programming language
%JCACM
%V 20
%N 9
%D Sept. 1977.
%O Interprocedural optimization

%A E. Schonberg
%T ??
%J SIGPLAN Notices
%D 1989?

%A Ravi Sethi
%A J. D. Ullman
%T The Generation of Optimal Code for Arithmetic Expressions
%J JACM
%V 17
%N 4
%P 715-728

%A Weijia Shang
%A Jose A. B. Fortes
%Z Purdue
%T On The Independent Partitioning of Algorithms With Uniform Data
Dependencies
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 26-33
%K Compilers, index set, dependence vectors,
greatest common divisor (GCD) method, minimum distance method, proof,

%A S. Sobek
%A M. Azam
%A J. C. Browne
%Z U. Texas
%T Architectural and Language Independent Parallel Programming: A
Feasibility Demonstration
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 80-83
%K Languages, Ada C, Fortran, Sequent Balance, VAX cluster, iPSC
Hypercube, Cray X-MP, SUN front-end, declarative hierarchies,
computation-oriented display environment (CODE),
schedulable units of computation (SUC), dependence, encapsulation,

%A P. David Stotts
%Z U. Maryland
%T The PFG Language: Visual Programming for Concurrent Computation
%J Proceedings of the 1988 International Conference on Parallel Processing
%V II, Software
%I Penn State
%C University Park, Penn
%D August 1988
%P 72-79
%K Languages, parallel flow graphs, timed Petri nets, free-choice class,
HG software model, data model, static program model, control flow model,
h-graph selector, cbranch, nbranch, fork,-join, deadlock and reachability,
SUN workstation,

%A H. R. A. Strong
%A A. Maggiolo-Schettini
%A B. A. Rosen
%T Recusion Structure Simplification
%J SIAM J. Comput
%V 4
%N 3
%D 1975
%P 307-320

%A R. E. Tarjan
%T A Unified Approach to Path Problems
%J JACM
%V 28
%N 3
%D July 1981
%P 577-593
%O Data Flow Analysis

%A Jean-Paul Tremblay
%A Paul G. Sorenson
%T The Theory and Practice of Compiler Writing
%I McGraw-Hill Inc.
%D 1984

%T Direct Parallelization of Call Statements
%A R. Triolet
%A F. Irigoin
%A P. Feautrier
%B ACM SIGPLAN 1986 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1986,
%P 176-185
%O Parallelization

%A R. Triolet
%A F. Irigoin
%A P. Feautrier
%T Direct Parallelization of Call Statements
%J Proc. of the SIGPLAN 86 Symp. on Compiler Construction, SIGPLAN No. 21
%P 176-185
%D July, 1986

%A Remi Triolet
%A Paul Feautrier
%A Francois Irigoin
%T Automatic Parallelizations of Fortran Programs in the Presence of Procedure Calls
%J To appear: European Symposium on Programming Languages
%D 1986

%A Remi Triolet
%T Interprocedural Analysis for Program Restructuring with Parafrase
%I Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for Supercomputing Res. & Dev.
%R CSRD Rpt. No. 538
%D Aug., 1986

%A J. D. Ullman
%T Fast Algorithms for the Elination of Common Subexpressions
%J Acta Informatica
%V 2
%N 3
%D 1973
%P 191-213

%T Global register allocation at link time
%A D. Wall
%B SIGPLAN Compiler Construction Conf
%D June 1986.
%O Register Allocation

%A M. Wegman
%T Constant Propagation with Conditional Branches
%B Conference Record of the Twelfth ACM Syposium on Principles of Programming Languages
%D Jan. 1985
%P 291-299
%O Data Flow Analysis

%T Data Dependence
%A M. J. Wolfe
%R Optimizing Supercompilers for Supercomputers
%X Ph. D. Dissertation
%D October 1982
%P 11-57
%O Parallelization

%T Structure of a Supercomplier
%A M. J. Wolfe
%R Optimizing Supercompilers for Supercomputers
%X Ph. D. Dissertation
%D October 1982
%P 214-218
%O Parallelization

%A W. A. Wulf
%A A. Russell
%A A. N. Habermann
%T BLISS: A Language for Systems Programming
%J CACM
%V 14
%N 12
%P 780-790

%A W. A. Wulf
%A R. K. Johnson
%A C. B. Weinstock
%A S. O. Hobbs
%A C. M. Geschke
%T The Design of an Optimizing Compiler
%C NY
%I Elsevier North-Holland
%D 1975

%T Incremental Data Flow Analysis in a Structured Program Editor
%B ACM SIGPLAN 84 Symposium on Compiler Construction
%D June 1984
%P 132-143
%O Incremental Compilation/Optimization in Programming Environments

%T An Interactive High-Level Debugger for Control-Flow Optimized Programs
%A P. T. Zellweger
%B ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN Software EngineeringSymposium on High-Level Debugging
%D March 1983
%P 159-171

%A P. T. Zellweger
%R Interactive Source-Level Debugging for Optimized Programs
%X Chapters on "Optimization and the Problems It Causes for Debugging",
``Solution Techniques,(Chapters 3 and 4)
%D May 1984
%O Symbolic Debugging and Optimization
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Steve (really "D. E.") Stevenson steve@hubcap.clemson.edu
Department of Computer Science, (803)656-5880.mabell
Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-1906
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