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Microprocessor architectures: a comparison based on code generation by compiler


By carefully tuning computer and compiler, it is possible to avoid the otherwise inevitable compromises between complex compiling algorithms and less-than-optimal compiled code, where the key to performance appears to lie neither in sophisticated nor drastically reduced architectures, but in the key concepts of regularity and completeness.

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