Helix: Making the Extraction of Thread-Level Parallelism Mainstream
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CitationCampanoni, Simone, Timothy M. Jones, Glenn Holloway, Gu-Yeon Wei, and David Brooks. 2012. “Helix: Making the Extraction of Thread-Level Parallelism Mainstream.” IEEE Micro 32 (4) (July): 8–18. doi:10.1109/mm.2012.50.
AbstractImproving system performance increasingly depends on exploiting microprocessor parallelism, yet mainstream compilers still don't parallelize code automatically. Helix automatically parallelizes general-purpose programs without requiring any special hardware; avoids slowing down compiled programs, making it a suitable candidate for mainstream compilers; and outperforms the most similar historical technique that has been implemented in production compilers.
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