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This paper presents the effect of the loop nest splitting source code optimization on worst-case execution time (WCET). Loop nest splitting minimizes the number of executed if-statements in loop nests of multimedia applications. It identifies iterations where all if-statements are satisfied and splits the loop nest such that if-statements are not executed at all for large parts of the loop nest's iteration space. Especially loops and if-statements are an inherent source of unpredictability anddoi:10.1109/estmed.2006.321283 dblp:conf/estimedia/FalkS06 fatcat:dhtpl6r5wbfibn75ry2rnsmzdq