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 +=== LCTES'​14 Conference Paper ===
 +R. Lezuo, P. Paulweber, and A. Krall. **CASM - Optimized Compilation of Abstract State Machines**. In //ACM SIGPLAN/​SIGBED Conference on Languages, Compilers and Tools for Embedded Systems//, LCTES 2014, 12-13th June, 2014, Edinburgh, UK, ACM SIGPLAN Notices, Vol. 49(5), pages 13-22.
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 +== Abstract ==
 +In this paper we present CASM, a language based on Abstract State Machines (ASM), and its optimizing compiler.
 +ASM is a well-defined (formal) method based on algebraic concepts.
 +A distinct feature of ASM is its combination of parallel and sequential execution semantics.
 +This makes it an excellent choice to formally specify and verify micro-architectures.
 +We present a compilation scheme and an implementation of a runtime system supporting efficient execution of ASM.
 +After introducing novel analysis techniques we present optimizations allowing us to eliminate many costly operations.
 +Benchmark results show that our baseline compiler is 2-3 magnitudes faster than other ASM implementations.
 +The optimizations further increase the performance of the compiled programs up to 264%.
 +The achieved performance allows our ASM implementation to be used with industry-size applications.
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 +== Document ==
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 +== BibTex ==
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 +  title     = {{CASM} - {O}ptimized {C}ompilation of {A}bstract {S}tate {M}achines},​
 +  author ​   = {Lezuo, Roland and Paulweber, Philipp and Krall, Andreas},
 +  booktitle = {ACM SIGPLAN/​SIGBED Conference on Languages, Compilers and Tools for Embedded Systems, LCTES 2014},
 +  pages     = {13--22},
 +  year      = {2014},
 +  publisher = {ACM}