2014
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-54833-8_7
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Abstract: Abstract. We present a new architecture for specifying and proving optimizing compilers in the presence of shared-memory interactions such as buffer-based system calls, shared-memory concurrency, and separate compilation. The architecture, which is implemented in the context of CompCert, includes a novel interaction-oriented model for C-like languages, and a new proof technique, called logical simulation relations, for compositionally proving compiler correctness with respect to this interaction model. We app…

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