Back End Code Generation Techniques For Java
An Overview on Loop Tiling Techniques for Code Generation Abstract: Loop tiling is a well-known compiler transformation for both sequential and parallel programs optimization. It focuses on the efficient execution of loop nests in order to generate high-performance codes running on modern architectures by increasing the amount of data reuse as well as data locality.
Thus, by reordering loop iterations, accesses to the close data become within a relatively short timeframe. Our present work involves a thorough study on the major known tiling techniques.
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Access provided by: anon Sign Out. Design, analysis and realization of SVPWM using embedded code generation technique for a three phase, two level inverter Abstract: In a last few decades, development in power electronics systems has created its necessity in industrial and domestic applications like electric drives, UPS, solar and wind power conversion and many more.
This paper presents the design, simulation, analysis and fabrication of a three phase, two-level inverter.
Code Generation in Action
The proposed work is about real time embedded code generation technique that can be implemented using any microprocessor or microcontroller board of choice. In the analysis-synthesis model of a compiler, the front end of a compiler translates a source program into an independent intermediate code, then the back end of the compiler uses this intermediate code to generate the target code which can be understood by the machine.
If we generate machine code directly from source code then for n target machine we will have n optimisers and n code generators but if we will have a machine independent intermediate code, we will have only one optimiser. Intermediate code can be either language specific e.
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This article is contributed by Parul Sharma.