The Compiler Design Handbook: Optimizations and Machine Code Generation
The widespread use of object-oriented languages and Internet security concerns are just the beginning. Add embedded systems, multiple memory banks, highly pipelined units operating in parallel, and a host of other advances and it becomes clear that current and future computer architectures pose immense challenges to compiler designers-challenges that already exceed the capabilities of traditional compilation techniques.
The Compiler Design Handbook: Optimizations and Machine Code Generation is designed to help you meet those challenges. Written by top researchers and designers from around the world, it presents detailed, up-to-date discussions on virtually all aspects of compiler optimizations and code generation. It covers a wide range of advanced topics, focusing on contemporary architectures such as VLIW, superscalar, multiprocessor, and digital signal processing. It also includes detailed presentations that highlight the different techniques required for optimizing programs written in parallel and those written in object-oriented languages. Each chapter is self-contained, treats its topic in depth, and includes a section of future research directions.
Compiler design has always been a highly specialized subject with a fine blend of intricate theory and difficult implementation. Yet compilers play an increasingly vital role in the quest for improved performance. With its careful attention to the most researched, difficult, and widely discussed topics in compiler design, The Compiler Design Handbook offers a unique opportunity for designers and researchers to update their knowledge, refine their skills, and prepare for future innovations.
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