A Design Environment for Addressing Architecutre and Compiler InteractionsReport
Often a computer architecture is designed and implemented without determining whether is associated compilers will actually use all of thearchitecture' features. A more effective machine can result when the interactions between an architecture and a compiler are addressed. This paper presents an environment that integrates the tasks of translating a source program to machine instructions for a proposed architecture, imitating the execution of these instructions and collecting measurements. The environment, which is easily retargeted and quickly collects detailed measurements, facilitates experimentation with a proposed architecture and a compiler. Note This paper has been published in Microprocessors and Microsystems, 15(9), November 1991. If you do not have access to this journal or desire a reprint, send mail to email@example.com requesting a copy.
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Davidson, Jack, and David Whalley. "A Design Environment for Addressing Architecutre and Compiler Interactions." University of Virginia Dept. of Computer Science Tech Report (1993).
University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science