Register Allocation


Register Allocation

In der Programmoptimierung bezeichnet die Registerzuteilung (engl. Register Allocation) den Prozess der Zuteilung einer großen Anzahl von Programmvariablen auf eine kleine Anzahl von Registern im Hauptprozessor.

Das NP-vollständige[1] Problem der Registerzuteilung und Auslagerung kann auf das Problem des Graphfärbens reduziert werden, was 1982 von Gregory Chaitin gezeigt wurde.[2]

Siehe auch

Quellen

  1. Fernando Magno Quintão Pereira, Jens Palsberg, Register Allocation after Classical SSA Elimination is NP-complete (pdf)
  2. Gregory J. Chaitin, Mark A. Auslander, Ashok K. Chandra, John Cocke, Martin E. Hopkins und Peter W. Markstein. Register allocation via coloring. Computer Languages, 6:47-57, 1981

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