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Where Compilers Optimizations Go Wrong

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Compilers are faced with difficult tasks to successfully extract high performance from the underlying architectures and microarchitectures. In this talk, we will explore how various optimizations interact with each other and low level hardware features and produce anti-optimizations in some cases. We will briefly explore the process of looking for and resolving such issues.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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