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GPU-Acceleration of In-Memory Data Analytics

Evangelia Sitaridi
Columbia University
Columbia University, 2016
@article{sitaridi2016gpu,

   title={GPU-Acceleration of In-Memory Data Analytics},

   author={Sitaridi, Evangelia},

   year={2016}

}

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Hardware advances strongly influence the database system design. The flattening speed of CPU cores makes many-core accelerators, such as GPUs, a vital alternative to explore for processing the ever-increasing amounts of data. GPUs have a significantly higher degree of parallelism than multi-core CPUs but their cores are simpler. As a result, they do not face the power constraints limiting the parallelism of CPUs. Their trade-off, however, is the increased implementation complexity. This thesis adapts and redesigns data analytics operators to better exploit the GPU special memory and threading model. Due to the increasing memory capacity and also the user’s need for fast interaction with the data, we focus on in-memory analytics. Our techniques span different steps of the data processing pipeline: (1) Data preprocessing, (2) Query compilation, and (3) Algorithmic optimization of the operators. Our data preprocessing techniques adapt the data layout for numeric and string columns to maximize the achieved GPU memory bandwidth. Our query compilation techniques compute the optimal execution plan for conjunctive filters. We formulate memory divergence for string matching algorithms and suggest how to eliminate it. Finally, we parallelize decompression algorithms in our compression framework Gompresso to fit more data into the limited GPU memory. Gompresso achieves high speed-ups on GPUs over multi-core CPU state-of-the-art libraries and is suitable for any massively parallel processor.
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