This monograph focuses on optimal flow analysis of sequential and parallel programs. It studies algorithmic properties of various versions of the well-known constant-propagation problem, combining techniques from such diverse areas as linear algebra, computable ring theory, abstract interpretation, program verification and complexity theory. This combination of techniques is the key to further progress in automatic analysis and constant-propagation illustrates this point in a theoretical study.In ACM International Conference on Principles of Programming Languages ( POPL), pages 1a11, 2000. C. Fischer ... Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation. ... Prentice Hall International, first edition, 1988. inmos limited.
|Title||:||Variations on Constants|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2006-10-11|