Some advances in the polyhedral model
The polyhedral model is a mathematical formalism and a framework for the analysis and transformation of regular computations. It provides a unified approach to the optimization of computations from different application domains. It is now gaining wide use in optimizing compilers and automatic parallelization. In its purest form, it is based on a declarative model where computations are specified as equations over domains defined by "polyhedral sets". This dissertation presents two results. First is an analysis and optimization technique that enables us to simplify---reduce the asymptotic ...
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