The National Compiler Infrastructure Project

The National Compiler Infrastructure project aims to develop a common compiler platform to support the collaboration of compiler researchers and to facilitate the transfer of technology to industry. Co-funded by DARPA and NSF, the National Compiler Infrastructure project has two components:

The SUIF component is a collaboration between researchers in four universities (Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rice University, Stanford University, UC Santa Barbara), and one industrial partner, Portland Group Inc.

The Zephyr component is a collaboration between Princeton University and University of Virginia.

Overall structure of the proposed National Compiler Infrastructure:

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Last updated on January 12, 1998.