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Stem spill$ (all stems)

21 papers:

LCTESLCTES-2014-LozanoCBS #combinator #optimisation
Combinatorial spill code optimization and ultimate coalescing (RCL, MC, GHB, CS), pp. 23–32.
CCCC-2013-BaranyK #heuristic
Optimal and Heuristic Global Code Motion for Minimal Spilling (GB, AK), pp. 21–40.
CGOCGO-2013-DioufCR #heuristic #polynomial
A polynomial spilling heuristic: Layered allocation (BD, AC, FR), p. 10.
VLDBVLDB-2010-WeiRM #quality #xml
Achieving High Output Quality under Limited Resources through Structure-based Spilling in XML Streams (MW, EAR, MM), pp. 1267–1278.
CCCC-2010-RideauL #validation
Validating Register Allocation and Spilling (SR, XL), pp. 224–243.
CCCC-2009-BraunH #source code
Register Spilling and Live-Range Splitting for SSA-Form Programs (MB, SH), pp. 174–189.
HPCAHPCA-2009-Qureshi #adaptation #robust
Adaptive Spill-Receive for robust high-performance caching in CMPs (MKQ), pp. 45–54.
CCCC-2007-NagarakatteG #integer #linear #pipes and filters #programming #scheduling #using
Register Allocation and Optimal Spill Code Scheduling in Software Pipelined Loops Using 0-1 Integer Linear Programming Formulation (SGN, RG), pp. 126–140.
LCTESLCTES-2007-BouchezDR #complexity #on the
On the complexity of spill everywhere under SSA form (FB, AD, FR), pp. 103–112.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2006-LiuZR #memory management #query #runtime
Run-time operator state spilling for memory intensive long-running queries (BL, YZ, EAR), pp. 347–358.
ICPRICPR-v2-2006-RamalhoM #detection #image #using
Using Boosting to Improve Oil Spill Detection in SAR Images (GLBR, FNSdM), pp. 1066–1069.
CGOCGO-2006-LupoW #optimisation
Post Register Allocation Spill Code Optimization (CL, KDW), pp. 245–255.
PLDIPLDI-2005-AletaCGK #on the fly
Demystifying on-the-fly spill code (AA, JMC, AG, DRK), pp. 180–189.
Optimal Spilling for CISC Machines with Few Registers (AWA, LG), pp. 243–253.
PLDIPLDI-2000-ZalameaLAV #code generation #pipes and filters
Improved spill code generation for software pipelined loops (JZ, JL, EA, MV), pp. 134–144.
Spill Code Minimization via Interference Region Spilling (PB, PD, DE, MTO), pp. 287–295.
PPDPPLILP-1994-KluzniakM #requirements #specification
Readable, Runnable Requirements Specifications in SPILL-2 (FK, MM), pp. 449–450.
PLDIPLDI-1989-BernsteinGGKMNP #compilation #optimisation
Spill Code Minimization Techniques for Optimizing Compilers (DB, DQG, MCG, HK, YM, IN, RYP), pp. 258–263.
POPLPOPL-1987-BernsteinJR #parallel #scheduling
Scheduling Arithmetic and Load Operations in Parallel with No Spilling (DB, JMJ, MR), pp. 263–273.
PLDISCC-1982-Chaitin #graph
Register Allocation & Spilling via Graph Coloring (GJC), pp. 98–105.
PLDIBest-of-PLDI-1982-Chaitin #graph
Register allocation and spilling via graph coloring (with retrospective) (GJC), pp. 66–74.

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