In Modern Compiler Implementation in C of A. Appel some instruction selection algorithms are discussed based on tiling an intermediate representation tree. Each tile (or tree pattern) expresses a single machine instruction as a fragment of an intermediate representation tree.

Are there any variants for the single machine instruction part (e.g.: letting a tile represent more than one machine instruction)? And if so, what are their advantages?



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