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Automatic Transformation of Bit-Level C Code to Support Multiple Equivalent Data Layouts
Portable low-level C programs must often support multiple equivalent in-memory layouts of data, due to the byte or bit order of the compiler, architecture, or external data formats...
Marius Nita, Dan Grossman
CGO
2004
IEEE
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Custom Data Layout for Memory Parallelism
In this paper, we describe a generalized approach to deriving a custom data layout in multiple memory banks for array-based computations, to facilitate high-bandwidth parallel mem...
Byoungro So, Mary W. Hall, Heidi E. Ziegler
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