Bib - Annotated Bibliography CSC 4351 Spring 2011 Due 25 April 2011 Pick a fairly narrow compiler research topic and produce an annotated

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Annotated Bibliography CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 25 April 2011 Pick a fairly narrow compiler research topic and produce an annotated bibliography. List at least 20 research papers on the topic in a style in which they would be cited at the end of a paper. Read at least five of these papers and summarize the research contributions in one or two paragraphs each. Here are some sample topics: interprocedural register allocation, pointer alias analysis, program slicing, points-to analysis, abstract interpretation, proof-carrying code, incremental compilation, loop transformations (e.g., fusion and tiling), automatic parallelization, power minimization for embedded systems, memory optimization for embedded systems, compilation for functional languages (e.g., graph reduction) Of course, there are many more topics. You can find other topics in our textbook or by browsing compiler conferences. Try to find mostly recent papers, say, within the last 2–5 years. For finding papers, of course, you could
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