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A new multi-core pipelined architecture for executing sequential programs for parallel geospatial computing

Duoduo Liao, Simon Y. Berkovich
George Washington University, Washington, DC
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference and Exhibition on Computing for Geospatial Research & Application, COM.Geo ’10, 2010

@inproceedings{liao2010new,

   title={A new multi-core pipelined architecture for executing sequential programs for parallel geospatial computing},

   author={Liao, D. and Berkovich, S.Y.},

   booktitle={Proceedings of the 1st International Conference and Exhibition on Computing for Geospatial Research & Application},

   pages={23},

   year={2010},

   organization={ACM}

}

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Parallel programming on multi-core processors has become the industry’s biggest software challenge. This paper proposes a novel parallel architecture for executing sequential programs using multi-core pipelining based on program slicing by a new memory/cache dynamic management technology. The new architecture is very suitable for processing large geospatial data in parallel without parallel programming. This paper presents a new architecture for parallel computation that addresses the problem of needing to relocate data from one memory hierarchy to another in a multi-core environment. A new memory management technology inserts a layer of abstraction between the processor and the memory hierarchy, allowing the data to stay in one place while the processor effectively migrates as tasks change. The new architecture can make full use of the pipeline and automatically partition data then schedule them onto multi-cores through the pipeline. The most important advantage of this architecture is that most existing sequential programs can be directly used with nearly no change, unlike conventional parallel programming which has to take into account scheduling, load balancing, and data distribution. The new parallel architecture can also be successfully applied to other multi-core/many-core architectures or heterogeneous systems. In this paper, the design of the new multi-core architecture is described in detail. The time complexity and performance analysis are discussed in depth. The experimental results and performance comparison with existing multi-core architectures demonstrate the effectiveness, flexibility, and diversity of the new architecture, in particular, for large geospatial data parallel processing with the examples of Digital Elevation Model (DEM) generation from Light Detection And Ranging (LIDAR) dataset.
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