Extended Tiny

Extended Tiny

A research/educational tool for experimenting with array data dependence tests and reordering transformations. It works with a language tiny, which does not have procedures, goto's, pointers, or other features that complicate dependence testing.

Michael Wolfe's original tiny has been extended substantially by William Pugh <pugh@cs.umd.edu> et al. at the University of Maryland.

Version 3.0 (Dec 12th, 1992) includes a programming environment, dependence tester, tests translator (Fortran->tiny), documentation, and technical reports. It should run on any Unix system.


E-mail: Omega test research group <omega@cs.umd.edu>.
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