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Friday, November 4 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Performance improvements in libcxx

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We want to discuss current state of libcxx performance w.r.t. libstdc++. What are the regressions that we know and plan to fix them. A few of the regressions are: 

PR21192 - Reading from stdin is 1-2 orders of magnitude slower than using libstdc++ 
PR19708 - std::find is significantly slower than libstdc++. 
PR20837 - libc++'s std::sort is O(N^2) in the worst case (instead of O(N*ln(N))). 
PR26886 - libc++'s std::stable_sort also has a worst-case complexity issue. 
PR15456 - A faster implementation of std::function is possible 
PR16747 and PR21275 - Our unordered_multimap insert is much slower than libstdc++'s 
- Removing Heap usage 
- Missing features (and performance issues) in <regex> 
- Non-conforming allocators in the test suite 
- Identifying missing attributes in functions 
- Debug mode for the library

Speakers
avatar for Marshall Clow

Marshall Clow

Principal Engineer, Qualcomm
Marshall is a long-time LLVM and Boost participant. He is a principal engineer at Qualcomm, Inc. in San Diego, and the code owner for libc++, the LLVM standard library implementation. He is the author of the Boost.Algorithm library and maintains several other Boost libraries.
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Aditya Kumar

Senior Compiler Engineer, Samsung Austin R&D Center
I've been working on LLVM since 2012. I've contributed to GVNHoist, Hexagon specific optimizations, clang static analyzer, libcxx
avatar for Sebastian Pop

Sebastian Pop

Samsung Austin R&D Center
Loop optimizations, testing, benchmarks, performance tracking.


Friday November 4, 2016 3:00pm - 3:45pm
3 - BoF (Rm LL21CD)

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