Program Dependence Graph
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A Program Dependence Graph (PDG) in computer science is a representation, using graph notation that makes data dependencies and control dependencies explicit. These dependencies are used during dependence analysis in optimizing compilers to make transformations so that multiple cores are used, and parallelism is improved.
see: dependency graph
- Jeanne Ferrante; Ottenstein, Karl J.; Warren, Joe D. (July 1987). "The Program Dependence Graph and its Use in Optimization" (PDF). ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems. ACM. 9 (3): 319–349. doi:10.1145/24039.24041.
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