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In the paper “Multiparty Computation Secure Against Continual Memory Leakage”, on page 1239 under section “Using an LDS Compiler Instead of OCL Compiler”, the authors discuss why they decided to use LDS and how it solved problems of OCL.

I am sure these two compilers are complicated programs and most probably the source code is not available. However, I was wondering if there are simpler / easy-to-understand compilers available anywhere on the internet that do the same thing (at a high level)?

Basically, I would like to understand at a high level what these compilers do, but if possible the same time I would like to look at code as well.

Could somebody point me to real life examples similar to LDS / OCL compilers?


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