SSA-based Compiler Design (Springer)
Monday, 13 February 2023

This book provides readers with a single-source reference to static-single assignment (SSA)-based compiler design. It is the first (and up to now only) book that covers in a deep and comprehensive way how an optimizing compiler can be designed using the SSA form. Edited by Fabrice Rastello and Florent Bouchez Tichadou the book has 24 chapters written by 31 authors and has been 12 years in the making.

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After chapters introducing vanilla SSA and its main properties, the book describes several compiler analyses and optimizations and illustrates how compiler design can be made simpler and more efficient, thanks to the SSA form. Coverage also includes advanced topics, such as code generation, aliasing, predication and more.

Editors: Fabrice Rastello and Florent Bouchez Tichadou
Publisher: Springer
Date: December 2022
Pages: 399
ISBN: 978-3030805142
Print: 303080514X
Audience: Developers interested in creating compilers
Level: Advanced
Category: Software Architecture

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