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ILP32 is a programming model that may be useful on AArch64 systems for performance and also for legacy code with 32-bit data size assumptions. We combined ILP32 support from upstream projects with the LEAP distribution to enable experimentation with this model. This talk discusses the relative benchmark performance of the LP64 and ILP32 programming models under AArch64.
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BKK16-305B: ILP32 Performance on AArch64
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ILP32 is a programming model that may be useful on AArch64 systems for performance and also for legacy code with 32-bit data size assumptions. We combined ILP32 support from upstream projects with the LEAP distribution to enable experimentation with this model. This talk discusses the relative benchmark performance of the LP64 and ILP32 programming models under AArch64.

Event Date: March 9, 2016

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