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Measurement and Analysis of C and C++ Performance

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Measurement and Analysis of C and C++ Performance
ir increasing use of abstraction, modularity, delayed binding, polymorphism, and source reuse, especially when these attributes are used in combination. Modern processor architectures are evolving ever greater levels of internal parallelism in each successive generation of processor design. In addition, product feature demands such as support for fast threads and other forms of external parallelism, integration with smart debuggers, memory use analyzers, performance analyzers, smart editors, incremental builders, and feedback systems continue to add complexity. At the same time, traditional compiler requirements such as standards conformance, compatibility with previous versions and competitors’ products, good compile speed, and reliability have not diminished. All these issues arise in the engineering of Compaq’s C and C++ compilers for the Alpha Architecture. Dealing with them requires a disciplined approach to performance measurement, analysis, and engineering of the compiler an...
Hemant G. Rotithor, Kevin W. Harris, Mark W. Davis
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Type Journal
Year 1998
Where DTJ
Authors Hemant G. Rotithor, Kevin W. Harris, Mark W. Davis
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