IR '95: Intermediate Representations Workshop Proceedings

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“IR '95: Intermediate Representations Workshop Proceedings” edited by Michael D. Ernst. January 22, 1995. ACM SIGPLAN Notices 30(3), March 1995.
A previous version appeared as Microsoft Research technical report MSR-TR-95-01, (Redmond, WA), January 22, 1995.


An intermediate representation is the basis of any tool for manipulating computer programs. A good representation permits powerful operations to be performed more simply, and may enable operations that a weaker representation cannot support. This workshop will examine current trends and research in the design and use of intermediate representations. The workshop will include a mix of presentation and discussion periods to facilitate interaction.

Download: workshop website, ACM proceedings.

BibTeX entry:

   editor = {Michael D. Ernst},
   title = {IR '95: Intermediate Representations Workshop Proceedings},
   address = {San Francisco, CA},
   month = {January~22,},
   year = {1995},
   note = {{\em ACM SIGPLAN Notices} 30(3), March 1995}

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