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Doctoral Seminar : Polyhedral compilation, now with graphics!
Oleksandr Zinenko

29 January 2015, 10h15 - 29 January 2015, 10h45
Salle/Bat : 435/PCRI-N
Contact : oleksandr.zinenko@lri.fr

Activités de recherche : Compilation et optimisation des programmes

Résumé :
Polyhedral compilation, now with graphics!

Oleksandr Zinenko[1,2]*, Stéphane Huot[1], Cédric Bastoul[3,1]
1. Inria
2. University Paris-Sud
3. University of Strasbourg

The omnipresence of parallel systems urges software developers to use increasingly complex programming models in order to achieve maximal performance. While a multitude of languages and libraries provide convinient ways to express parallelism, identifying it remains a challenging task. We propose an interactive visual approach to compiler-assisted optimizing program transformation based on the state-of-the-art polyhedral representation. It may be used for designing or reworking program transformations faster and safer, or
for explaining optimizing transformations.

Talk should be given in French, but might be given in English upon request.

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