A generalized moverstayer model for panel data by Cook R. J., Kalbfleisch J. D.

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G. P. Rajachidambaram order node evaluation, allocate registers, and emit instructions. Common Subexpression Elimination (CSE) greatly reduces the number of instructions that need to be executed and is nearly universally used in modern compilers, but generates Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) that are incompatible with the original SUN algorithm; a multitude of attempts to extend SUN to handle DAGs have failed to produce an algorithm that is both fast and effective[1]. For nanocontrollers and some microcontrollers, even a single spill renders a program unusable because there is no place to spill to.

1. GA-Reordered Vs. Original MAXLIVE does it alter the underlying DAG structure. Thus, the only relevant issue is the reduction in MAXLIVE, which is shown in the scatter-plot of Figure 1. Note that both axes in this graph are logarithmically scaled. As observed in preliminary experiments, although MAXLIVE is reduced more in absolute terms for the larger cases, the relative reduction for relatively small cases is significantly larger than for larger cases. The average reduction over all 32,912 cases is approximately 18%.

Abraham. Minimum register requirements for a modulo schedule. In Proc. of the 27th int’l symp. on Microarchitecture, pages 75–84, 1994. 7. L. J. Hendren, G. R. Gao, E. R. Altman, and C. Mukerji. A register allocation framework based on hierarchical cyclic interval graphs. In Proc. of the 4th Int’l Conf. on Compiler Construction, pages 176–191. Springer-Verlag, 1992. Register Pressure in Software-Pipelined Loop Nests 31 8. R. Huff. Lifetime-sensitive modulo scheduling. In Proc. of the conf. on Programming language design and implementation, pages 258–267.

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