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Reducing the impact of spill code
All graph-coloring register allocators rely on heuristics to arrive at a "good" answer to the NP-complete problem of allocation, resulting in suboptimal code. We look at a post-pass to the allocator which removes unnecessary ...
Analysis of TCP performance over ATM networks
ATM technology is expected to gain widespread use both in wide-area networks and in high-speed local area networks. The performance of the TCP/IP protocol suite over such networks is of great importance, as it is widely ...
Compiling reductions in data parallel programs for distributed memory multiprocessors
Reduction recognition and optimization are crucial techniques in parallelizing compilers. They are used to detect the recurrences in a program and transform the originally sequential code into parallel code. Because of the ...
The design and implementation of a new network subsystem architecture for server systems
The explosive growth of the Internet, the widespread use of WWW-related applications, and the increased reliance on client-server architectures places interesting new demands on network servers. In particular, the operating ...