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Spiral’s SPL compiler was used to translate formulas generated by the formula generator into fully unrolled implementations leading to large straight-line codes. These codes were subsequently vectorized by MAP. In addition, MAP was connected to Fftw’s code generator genfft to vectorize no-twiddle codelets. MAP’s output uses the intrinsic interface provided by IBM’s XL C compiler for BlueGene/L. This allows MAP to vectorize computational kernels but leaves register allocation and instruction scheduling to the compiler.

A detailed description of our formal vectorization method and its application to a wide range of short vector SIMD architectures can be found in [6, 7, 9]. 1 A stride permutations can be seen as a transposition of a rectangular two-dimensional array [14]. 30 F. Franchetti et al. /* Vector arithmetic operations and declarations*/ #define VECT_ADD(c,a,b) (c) = __fpadd(a,b) #define VECT_MSUB(d,a,b,c) (d) = __fpmsub(c,a,b) #define DECLARE_VECT(vec) _Complex double vec /* Data #define d1 = d2 = shuffling */ C99_TRANSPOSE(d1, d2, s1, s2) {\ __cmplx (__creal(s1), __creal(s2));\ __cmplx (__cimag(s1), __cimag(s2)); } /* Memory access operations */ #define LOAD_VECT(trg, src) (trg) = __lfpd((double *)(src)) #define LOAD_INTERL_USTRIDE(re, im, in) {\ DECLARE_VECT(in1); DECLARE_VECT(in2);\ LOAD_VECT(in1, in); LOAD_VECT(in2, (in) + 2);\ C99_TRANSPOSE(re, im, in1, in2); } Fig.

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