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Refactoring for Data Locality

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Refactoring for data locality opens a new avenue for performance-oriented program rewriting. SLO has broken down a large part of the complexity that software developers face when speeding up programs with numerous cache misses. Therefore, we consider SLO to belong to a new generation of program analyzers. Whereas existing cache profilers (generation 1.0) highlight problems such as cache misses, second-generation analyzers (such as SLO) highlight the place to fix problems. Improving data locality is also important in hardware-based applications. SLO was already used to optimize the frame rate and energy consumption in a wavelet decoder implemented on an FPGA. In another vein, the SLO concepts could be incorporated in interactive performance debuggers and profile-directed compilers. We believe that SLO will be useful in the optimization of many data-intensive applications.

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Computer  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 2 )