PRiSM, University of Versailles:

ARPA (ARchitecture and PArallelisme) aims to study and develop compiler optimization techniques for high performance computing as well as for embedded applications. Within ARPA the interaction between hardware platforms and software applications is investigated in order to detect performance bugs and to provide new methods to avoid them.

A lot of compiler optimization problems are related to discrete mathematics problems. In this field, ARPA makes use of some graph theory concepts of LEDA to model and to solve some problems in instruction scheduling, automatic parallelisation, etc.

PRiSM is a research laboratory in computers sciences focussing on parallelism, multimedia networking and distributed data processing.

Contact Details:  
  PRiSM, University of Versailles
  Dr. Touati Sid, Associate Professor

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