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From Xqdan via TVM Discuss <nore...@discuss.tvm.ai>
Subject [TVM Discuss] [Development] Google lasted work: MLIR Primer
Date Mon, 08 Apr 2019 16:09:26 GMT


My take is,

MLIR is a replacement of HalideIR. 1) compiler infra support, like cfg/dfa/ssa, with these,
we can avoid pattern matching style pass on Halide, which is not good for maintaining, 2)
other better utilities, like text ir; 3) unified IR for multi-level, graph and tensor.

I agree the idea we have a MLIR phase in TVM. if it's indeed better, we can move our work
to MLIR gradually, or just write new optimization pass on MLIR.





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