Questions about the parts of a compiler that select assembly instructions or machine code specific to a specific target computer architecture.

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Number of operations performed in increment operators [closed]

How many operations are performed in the following in order to get a running time function of an algorithm: x = x + 1 x += 1 ...
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Codes for correcting a single deletion and re-ranking of a permutation

I was struggling with this paper about codes which can correct single deletion and re-ranking in permutations, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6875337 [Published ...
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Assigning one variable to another in 3 address code?

3 address code is a very common topic in many of the CS theories. I encountered it while studying Compiler Design. According to the wikipedia article, it says - "Each TAC instruction has at most three ...
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About codes over $\mathbb{F}_2$

I was looking through these notes but I am not sure I can locate the answer to these questions of mine - it would be great if someone can just even point out what to look for! So any set of binary ...
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Programs for artificial system design? [closed]

Are there program systems that can discover the need of routines - and then design them, code them and use them as parts of the system? Any group of humans trying to pursue an activity has to ...
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Conversion from assembly program to low-level machine language

While studying COMPILER-DESIGN through an online book from Google Books, referenced as Compiler Design by A.A.Puntambekar, I got stuck across a line. Actually, I am more curious to know the ...
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Why do compilers produce assembly code?

Assembly language is converted in to machine language by assembler. Why would a compiler convert high-level language to assembly? Can't it directly convert from the high-level language to machine ...
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Some questions regarding compilers and assemblers

Lots of basic questions are there in my mind. I need to clear them. Statement 1: A compiler converts a human-readable codes to object codes, and those are converted to a machine code (executable) by ...
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What are current approaches to auto-parallelisation?

I am looking for answers which provide short overview of models and current state of research for auto-parallelisation of sequential code.