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E. 2) where g(x) and f are d-dimensional vectors, F is a d × n matrix, and d is the dimensionality of array H . The data access function g represents memory accesses at the granularity of array cells. 2 Automated Static Analyses for Static Control Parts 39 if both access the same memory cell (aliasing) and at least one of them performs a write access. In addition to the iteration domain D and the data access g, an ordering of executions of S must be modelled as a third aspect. 3) where (x) and t are k-dimensional vectors, T is a k × n matrix, and k is the dimensionality of the logical date (time stamp).

To process independent subsets of such pairs, we split the tree into P disjoint sub-trees and distribute them across several computational units for parallel processing. We note that for both pipelining and parallelisation, we exploit knowledge about dependencies carried by data structures accessed through pointers. Dynamic Memory Allocation The centre index memory (Fig. 3, left) serves as a scratchpad memory for storing centre sets and retaining them for later usage during the tree traversal. A new set is written when child nodes are pushed onto the stack and must be retained until both left and right child nodes have been processed.

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