mexas at bristol.ac.uk
Fri Jul 30 14:20:42 UTC 2010
I've been doing some reading on compilers
for ia64 EPIC (see my list below). I think
I'm starting to understand just how hard
it is to get a compiler to squeeze the most
I cannot find any paper on compiler
development for ia64 later than 2005.
Has anybody got a link to a later development?
Also, is Gelato (aka IMPACT, OpenIMPACT -
http://www.gelato.org, http://gelato.uiuc.edu) dead?
Charles Gray, Matthew Chapman, Peter Chubb, David Mosberger-Tang,
and Gernot Heiser, "Itanium - A System Implementor's Tale,"
USENIX Annual Technical Conference, April 2005.
Field-testing IMPACT EPIC Research Results in Itanium 2
John W. Sias, Sain-zee Ueng, Geoff A. Kent, Ian M. Steiner, Erik M. Nystrom and Wen-mei W. Hwu
Proceedings of the 31st Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture, pp. 26-37, July 2004.
M. Smotherman, "Understanding EPIC Architectures and
Implementations," 40th Annual ACM Southeast Conference,
Raleigh, April 2002, pp. 71-78.
Jay Bharadwaj, et al., "The Intel IA-64 Compiler Code Generator",
IEEE Micro, Sept.-Oct. 2000.
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