Performance Analysis and Efficient Execution on Systems with multi-core CPUs, GPUs and MICs

George Teodoro, Tahsin Kurc, Guilherme Andrade, Jun Kong, Renato Ferreira, Joel Saltz
Department of Computer Science, University of Brasilia, Brasilia, DF, Brazil
arXiv:1505.03819 [cs.DC], (14 May 2015)

   title={Performance Analysis and Efficient Execution on Systems with multi-core CPUs, GPUs and MICs},

   author={Teodoro, George and Kurc, Tahsin and Andrade, Guilherme and Kong, Jun and Ferreira, Renato and Saltz, Joel},






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We carry out a comparative performance study of multi-core CPUs, GPUs and Intel Xeon Phi (Many Integrated Core – MIC) with a microscopy image analysis application. We experimentally evaluate the performance of computing devices on core operations of the application. We correlate the observed performance with the characteristics of computing devices and data access patterns, computation complexities, and parallelization forms of the operations. The results show a significant variability in the performance of operations with respect to the device used. The performances of operations with regular data access are comparable or sometimes better on a MIC than that on a GPU. GPUs are more efficient than MICs for operations that access data irregularly, because of the lower bandwidth of the MIC for random data accesses. We propose new performance-aware scheduling strategies that consider variabilities in operation speedups. Our scheduling strategies significantly improve application performance compared to classic strategies in hybrid configurations.
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