Solving the TTC 2011 Compiler Optimization Task with metatools

Markus Lepper
Baltasar Trancón y Widemann

The authors' "metatools" are a collection of tools for generic programming. This includes generating Java sources from mathematically well-founded specifications, as well as the creation of strictly typed document object models for XML encoded texts. In this context, almost every computer-internal structure is treated as a "model", and every computation is a kind of model transformation.

This concept differs significantly from "classical model transformation" executed by specialized tools and languages. Therefore it seemed promising to the organizers of the TTC 2011, as well as to the authors, to apply metatools to one of the challenges, namely to the "compiler optimization task". This is a report on the resulting experiences.

In Pieter Van Gorp, Steffen Mazanek and Louis Rose: Proceedings Fifth Transformation Tool Contest (TTC 2011), Zürich, Switzerland, June 29-30 2011, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 74, pp. 70–115.
Published: 16th November 2011.

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