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Title: Applying compiler technology to solve generic
Authors: Matos, Paulo
Henriques, Pedro
Keywords: Workflow processes
Flow graphs
Code analysis
Code optimization
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: INEGI, FEUP
Citation: Matos, Paulo; Henriques, Pedro (2003) - Applying compiler technology to solve generic. In III Congresso Luso-Moçambicano de Engenharias. Maputo, Moçambique.
Abstract: Compilers are tools that transform a high level programming languages into assem- bly or binary code. The essential of the process is done by the interpretation and the code generation steps, but nowadays most compilers have also a strong component of code optimization, that explore as much as possible the potential of the computer architectures to which the compiler must generate the code. These optimizations are based on the information provided by several analysis processes. This paper present some of these code analysis and optimizations, and shows how they can be used to solve problems or improve the quality of solutions used at areas such as industrial engineer and planning.
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