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Overview of PIPS
PIPS is an automatic parallelizer for scientific programs. It takes as input Fortran or C code codes and emphasizes interprocedural techniques for program analyses (this presentation is outdated but gives a global idea)
What is in Pips ?
FAQ
The answer to the most frequently-asked questions
PIPS Tutorials
Getting started: tutorial presentations given at PPoPP 2010 and CGO 2011 and accompanying example files
Guides and Manuals
This page provides pointers to the official PIPS guides and manuals, in HTML and PDF format.
PIPS Technical Pages
Some information on PIPS internals
Presentations
Some presentations about the project or some work in progress
The source corner
Getting PIPS, browsing the code...
IR navigator
An internal representation navigator on line. Just type you code and you get back the internal representation
User interfaces
The way you can use PIPS in real life
PIPS Meetings
Documents about some PIPS internal meetings, including the PIPS Developer Day (25 October 2010)
Brief History of PIPS
The PIPS acronym is overloaded because it simultaneously is the name of a team, the name of a workbench/framework/compiler infrastructure and the name of a project.
Bibliography (moved from the Main Page)
Bibliography
PIPS-related bibliography (unfortunately not up to date yet...)
Installing pyps
Pyps is the Python bindings module for PIPS. It is not installed by default.
Regions
Pipsmake
TPIPS
Polyhedric method
Distributed Code Generation
HPFC at a glance
pipsmake-rc.htdoc
newgen
tpips-user-manual.htdoc
drets
WPips & EPips User Manual
File PDF document A-227.pdf

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