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*Work on JIT compilation and expand it to work with matrices/other data types than scalars.
 
*Work on JIT compilation and expand it to work with matrices/other data types than scalars.
 
I am quite sure that I will have enough time for only <b>one</b> of the two and am leaning more towards JIT since that will be more useful in general.
 
I am quite sure that I will have enough time for only <b>one</b> of the two and am leaning more towards JIT since that will be more useful in general.
 
My planned schedule is:
 
*May 28 - June 16: Get acquainted with llvm and familiarize myself with Octave's Abstract Syntax Tree(AST) and Single Static Assignment(SSA) property of intermediate representation(IR). Also seperate the various parts of the code into smaller functional blocks and start on llvm 3.2 compatibility.(Some work has already been done on 3.2 compatibility)
 
*June 17 - July 29: Make the current JITC code compatible with llvm 3.2 and work on making an llvm IR for a matrix.
 
*July 30 - August 30: Convert an octave Matrix IR to llvm IR and work on getting everything together.
 
*Sept 1 - Sept 14: Clean up the code, iron out the creases and work on final report.
 
  
  
 
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