volume X, issue 3, P14-19 1990
DOI: 10.1145/322837.322840
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Abstract: The purpose of a benchmark taxonomy is to provide a high-level classification of various aspects of compiler performance. This classification is intended to identify the various dimensions of a compiler that need to be benchmarked. The taxonomy we use characterizes compiler performance along three dimensions: time, space, and control I. These three areas are used, since implementations of particular compiler and run-time system functions routinely involve tradeoffs along these dimensions. An operation may req…

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