Diffstat (limited to 'src/jit/valuenumtype.h')
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/src/jit/valuenumtype.h b/src/jit/valuenumtype.h
index f898d87532..b2ebba69c5 100644
@@ -17,9 +17,9 @@
typedef UINT32 ValueNum;
// There are two "kinds" of value numbers, which differ in their modeling of the actions of other threads.
-// "Liberal" value numbers assume that the other threads change contents of heap locations only at
+// "Liberal" value numbers assume that the other threads change contents of memory locations only at
// synchronization points. Liberal VNs are appropriate, for example, in identifying CSE opportunities.
-// "Conservative" value numbers assume that the contents of heap locations change arbitrarily between
+// "Conservative" value numbers assume that the contents of memory locations change arbitrarily between
// every two accesses. Conservative VNs are appropriate, for example, in assertion prop, where an observation
// of a property of the value in some storage location is used to perform an optimization downstream on
// an operation involving the contents of that storage location. If other threads may modify the storage