This Thursday (tomorrow), July 6th (9am California Time, 16:00 UTC), @sitio-couto will present the [RFC] MLIR Pattern Matching for Library and Acceleration Instruction Rewriting. The motivation for this work is to support modern ISA extensions and hardware accelerators which created the demand for raising program idioms to acceleration instructions or optimized library calls. Although recent works have proposed different ways of raising code abstraction, they rely on specialized languages, compiler recompilation, or in-depth dialect knowledge. With this in mind, we developed Source-based Matching and Rewriting (SMR), an MLIR based user-oriented tool for pattern matching and rewriting that relies on source code to simplify pattern and replacement specifications.
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Meeting ID: 851 5109 0498