Leather, Hugh; Bonilla, Edwin; O'Boyle, Michael
Recent work has shown that machine learning can automate and in some cases outperform handcrafted compiler optimisations. Central to such an approach is that machine learning techniques typically rely upon summaries or features of the program. The quality of these features is critical to the accuracy of the resulting machine learned algorithm; nomachine learning method will work well with poorly chosen features. However, due to the size and complexity of programs, theoretically there are an...[Show more]
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