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Set constraints for destructive array update optimization

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 May 2001

MITCHELL WAND
Affiliation:
College of Computer Science, Northeastern University, 161 Cullinane Hall, Boston MA 02115 USA (e-mail: {wand,will}@ccs.neu.edu)
WILLIAM D. CLINGER
Affiliation:
College of Computer Science, Northeastern University, 161 Cullinane Hall, Boston MA 02115 USA (e-mail: {wand,will}@ccs.neu.edu)
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Destructive array update optimization is critical for writing scientific codes in functional languages. We present set constraints for an interprocedural update optimization that runs in polynomial time. This is a multi-pass optimization, involving interprocedural flow analyses for aliasing and liveness. We characterize and prove the soundness of these analyses using small-step operational semantics. We also prove that any sound liveness analysis induces a correct program transformation.

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