PolyComp Tutorial at HiPEAC
At HiPEAC 2015, the PolyComp 2015 tutorial will discuss polyhedral compilation without polyhedra.
This tutorial follows the tradition of the Omega Project and use a slightly higher-level representation based on integer tuples bounded by quasi-affine constraints, called named Presburger sets. In particular, the following topics will be addressed
- How to model various aspects of a piece of code using Presburger sets and relations.
Which basic operations are available on such sets and relations, without going into details on how these operations are implemented.
How to use these operations to mainly analyze but also transform programs.
Which tools are available for polyhedral compilation.
- A small selection of some of the results that may be achieved through polyhedral compilation.
An earlier version of this tutorial was presented as the first half of a lecture at the polyhedral school, but some of the material will be updated and some extra material will be added.Tobias Grosser