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Many large-scale machine learning (ML) systems allow specifying custom ML algorithms by means of linear algebra programs, and then automatically generate efficient execution plans. In this context, optimization opportunities for fused operators---in terms of fused chains of basic operators---are ubiquitous. These opportunities include (1) fewer materialized intermediates, (2) fewer scans of input data, and (3) the exploitation of sparsity across chains of operators. Automatic operator fusionarXiv:1801.00829v1 fatcat:2r56mydh4zbmtcjqd5ktacbe34