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Ramon Bertran, John Cavazos, Nacho Navarro, Mike O'Boyle. Synergy between Compiler Optimizations and Partitioning on the Cell processor. Poster Session in Thirh HiPEACH Summer School (ACACES-2007), pp. 165-169, L'Aquila, Italy, July 2007.

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Abstract

The Cell Broadband Engine provides to developers a high computational power by using the synergistic processing elements. In order to take advantage of them, the programs are partitioned manually or using user-guided automatic approaches. Consequently, developers are in charge of selecting the best partitioning scheme. Additionally, compiler optimizations are also crucial for achieving the optimal performance, i.e. exploiting data-level parallelism (SIMD). The aim of this work is to explore the synergy between the different partitioning schemes and the compiler optimizations

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@Misc{bertran-acaces2007,
   Author = {Bertran, Ramon and Cavazos, John and Navarro, Nacho and O'Boyle, Mike},
   Title = {{S}ynergy between {C}ompiler {O}ptimizations and {P}artitioning on the {C}ell processor},
   BookTitle = {Poster Session in Thirh HiPEACH Summer School (ACACES-2007)},
   Pages = {165--169},
   Address = {L'Aquila, Italy},
   Month = {July},
   Year = {2007}
}

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