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GPU-EvR: Run-time Event Based Real-time Scheduling Framework on GPGPU Platform

Haeseung Lee, Mohammad Abdullah Al Faruque
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA
IEEE/ACM Design Automation and Test in Europe (DATE’14), 2014
@article{lee2014gpu,

   title={GPU-EvR: Run-time Event Based Real-time Scheduling Framework on GPGPU Platform},

   author={Lee, Haeseung and Al Faruque, Mohammad Abdullah},

   year={2014}

}

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GPU architecture has traditionally been used in graphics application because of its enormous computing capability. Moreover, GPU architecture has also been used for general purpose computing in these days. Most of the current scheduling frameworks that are developed to handle GPGPU workload operate sequentially. This is problematic since this sequential approach may not be scalable for real-time systems, which is a consequence of the approach’s inability to support preemption. We propose a novel scheduling framework that provides real-time support for the GPGPU platform. In contrast to existing frameworks, our proposed framework considers both concurrent execution of applications on the GPU and mapping between streaming multiprocessors and thread blocks. By considering both concurrent execution and mapping, our framework is able to guarantee timing up to 6.4 times as many applications compared to TimeGraph [9] and Global EDF [5]. In addition, our experimental applications use up to 20% less power under our scheduling framework compared to [5], [9].
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