Approximate Loop Unrolling (A-Roll) is an approximate loop optimization that transforms loops in a similar way Loop Unrolling does. However, unlike its exact counterpart, A-Roll unrolls by adding interpolations of the loop’s body, rather than exact copies. The objective of the optimization is to increase the loop’s speed while reducing …
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