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  • El optimizador de bucles del compilador Open64/ORC 

    Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Fernández Jiménez, Agustín; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2004-12-14)
    External research report
    Open Access
  • El optimizador de bucles del compilador Open64/ORC (parte 2) 

    Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Fernández Jiménez, Agustín; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2005-09-05)
    External research report
    Open Access
    Open64 y ORC (Open Research Compiler) son dos iniciativas de código abierto basadas en el compilador SGI Pro64. Open64 está gestionada por miembros de la Universidad de Delaware, y ORC es una extensión del compilador ...
  • Examen Final 

    Heredero Lazaro, Ana M.; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Llorente Viejo, Silvia; Macías Lloret, Mario; Monreal Arnal, Teresa; Pérez Rico, José Luis; Otero Calviño, Beatriz; Valverde Amador, Antonio Javier; Guerrero Zapata, Josep Maria; Gil, Marisa (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 2013-01-18)
    Exam
    Restricted access to the UPC academic community
  • Fundamentos de ordenadores : programación en C 

    Jiménez Castells, Marta; Otero Calviño, Beatriz (Iniciativa Digital Politècnica, 2013)
    Book
    Open Access
    Este libro va dirigido a estudiantes que se inician en la programación en C. El libro trata de forma sencilla los aspectos más básicos de la programación, utilizando únicamente un subconjunto representativo de las sentencias ...
  • ICT4Girls: from high school to university: an approach 

    Gil, Marisa; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Otero Calviño, Beatriz (2011-06-20)
    External research report
    Open Access
    Technological advances are improving living conditions. Oddly, there continues to be a decrease in the number of ICT students. The decline in the number of female students is particularly noteworthy. One of the main reasons ...
  • Introducción al compilador Open64/ORC 

    Santamaria Barnadas, Eduard; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Fernández Jiménez, Agustín; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2003-05-13)
    External research report
    Open Access
  • Multilevel tiling for non-rectangular interation spaces 

    Jiménez Castells, Marta (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 1999-05-28)
    Doctoral thesis
    Open Access
    La motivación principal de esta tesis es el desarrollo de nuevas técnicas de compilación dirigidas a conseguir mayor rendimiento encódigos numéricos complejos que definen es pacios de iteraciones no rectangulares. En ...
  • Quantitative analysis of vector code 

    Espasa Sans, Roger; Valero Cortés, Mateo; Padua, David; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Ayguadé Parra, Eduard (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1995)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    In this paper we present the results of a detailed simulation study of the execution of vector programs on a single processor of a Convex C3480 machine, using a subset of the Perfect Club benchmarks. We are interested in ...
  • Source code transformations for efficient SIMD code generation 

    Berna Juan, Alejandro; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2012-01)
    External research report
    Open Access
    Despite the effort inverted the last years in commercial compilers to generate efficient SIMD instructions based code sequences from conventional sequential programs, the small numbers of compilers that can automatically ...
  • Source-to-Source transformations for efficient SIMD code generation 

    Berna Juan, Alejandro; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2011)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    In the last years, there has been much effort in commercial compilers to generate efficient SIMD instructions-based code sequences from conventional sequential programs. However, the small numbers of compilers that can ...
  • Vectorized register tiling 

    Berna Juan, Alejandro; Jiménez Castells, Marta; Llaberia Griñó, José M. (2012-01)
    External research report
    Open Access
    In the last years, there has been much effort in commercial compilers (icc, gcc) to exploit efficiently the SIMD capabilities and the memory hierarchy that the current processors offer. However, the small numbers of compilers ...