Generating fast sparse matrix vector multiplication from a high level generic functional IR

Federico Pizzuti, Michel Steuwer & Christophe Dubach
Usage of high-level intermediate representations promises the generation of fast code from a high-level description, improving the productivity of developers while achieving the performance traditionally only reached with low-level programming approaches. High-level IRs come in two flavors: 1) domain-specific IRs designed to express only for a specific application area; or 2) generic high-level IRs that can be used to generate high-performance code across many domains. Developing generic IRs is more challenging but offers the advantage...
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