Machine Learning in Compiler Optimization

Wang, Zheng and O'Boyle, Michael (2018) Machine Learning in Compiler Optimization. Proceedings of the IEEE, 106 (11). pp. 1879-1901. ISSN 0018-9219

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Abstract

In the last decade, machine learning based compilation has moved from an an obscure research niche to a mainstream activity. In this article, we describe the relationship between machine learning and compiler optimisation and introduce the main concepts of features, models, training and deployment. We then provide a comprehensive survey and provide a road map for the wide variety of different research areas. We conclude with a discussion on open issues in the area and potential research directions. This paper provides both an accessible introduction to the fast moving area of machine learning based compilation and a detailed bibliography of its main achievements.

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24 Jan 2018 11:56
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