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Computing Performance Benchmarks among CPU, GPU, and FPGA

Christopher Robert Cullinan, Timothy Richard Frattesi, Christopher Michael Wyant
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
E-project-030212-123508, 2012

@article{cullinan2012computing,

   title={Computing Performance Benchmarks among CPU, GPU, and FPGA},

   author={Cullinan, C. and Wyant, C. and Frattesi, T. and Huang, X.},

   year={2012}

}

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In recent years, the world of high performance computing has been developing rapidly. The goal of this project was to conduct computing performance benchmarks on three major computing platforms, CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. A total of 66 benchmarks were evaluated. GPUs outperformed the other platforms in terms of execution time. CPUs outperformed in overall execution combined with transfer time. FPGAs outperformed for fixed algorithms using streaming. The team made several recommendations for further research in this area.
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