First International Workshop on Polyhedral Compilation Techniques

(IMPACT 2011)

April 3, 2011, Chamonix, France

(in conjunction with CGO 2011)

The polyhedral model is increasingly recognized as a fundamental framework to design efficient, fine-grain, source-level compiler analysis and optimizations. The workshop on polyhedral compilation techniques provides a high-quality forum for researchers and practitioners working on program analysis, transformations and optimizations in the polyhedral model. Both theoretical and experimental papers are welcome, on topics ranging from classical HPC computing and signal processing to hardware synthesis and new application domains. We strongly encourage submissions describing preliminary ideas and results, experience reports, and tools effectively available, with the aim to stimulate discussions and prospective collaborations. Position papers are very welcome.

IMPACT aims to be a key event for the polyhedral compilation community to exchange or to debate ideas and visions. The Program Committee will value the meeting itself as much as the quality of the proceedings. To ensure the workshop is not closed to any interesting emerging ideas, neither original material nor impressive speedups are required for submission.

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: February 9, 2011
  • Notification to authors: February 28, 2011
  • Final version due: March 18, 2011
  • Workshop: April 3, 2011, in conjunction with CGO 2011


  • 08:00 Welcome
  • 08:10 – Keynote: « Approximations in the Polyhedral Model »
    Alain Darte, senior research scientist at CNRS
    [abstract] [slides]

Session 1: Theory and Techniques
Chair: Uday Bondhugula

  • 09:00 – Transparent Parallelization of Binary Code
    Benoît Pradelle, Alain Ketterlin and Philippe Clauss
    [paper] [slides]

  • 09:25 – Potential and Challenges of Two-Variable-Per-Inequality Sub-Polyhedral Compilation
    Ramakrishna Upadrasta and Albert Cohen

  • 09:50 – Pause

  • 10:20 – More Definite Results from the PluTo Scheduling Algorithm
    Athanasios Konstantinidis, Paul H. J. Kelly
    [paper] [slides]

Session 2: Tools
Chair: Vincent Loechner

  • 11:10 – PIPS Is not (just) Polyhedral Software
    Mehdi Amini, Corinne Ancourt, Fabien Coelho, Béatrice Creusillet, Serge Guelton, François Irigoin, Pierre Jouvelot, Ronan Keryell, Pierre Villalon
    [paper] [slides]

  • 11:35 – Polly – Polyhedral Optimization in LLVM
    Tobias Grosser, Hongbin Zheng, Ragesh Aloor, Andreas Simbürger, Armin Größlinger, Louis-Noël Pouchet
    [paper] [slides]
  • 12:00 – Closing


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