Oct, 14

A Case Study of OpenCL on an Android Mobile GPU

An observation in supercomputing in the past decade illustrates the transition of pervasive commodity products being integrated with the world’s fastest system. Given today’s exploding popularity of mobile devices, we investigate the possibilities for high performance mobile computing. Because parallel processing on mobile devices will be the key element in developing a mobile and computationally […]
Oct, 14

Synthetic Aperture Radar imaging on a CUDA-enabled mobile platform

This paper presents the details of a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging on the smallest CUDA-capable platform available, the Jetson TK1. The results indicate that GPU accelerated embedded platforms have considerable potential for this type of workload and in conjunction with low power consumption, light weight and standard programming tools, could open new horizons in […]
Oct, 14

A Complete and Efficient CUDA-Sharing Solution for HPC Clusters

In this paper we detail the key features, architectural design, and implementation of rCUDA, an advanced framework to enable remote and transparent GPGPU acceleration in HPC clusters. rCUDA allows decoupling GPUs from nodes, forming pools of shared accelerators, which brings enhanced flexibility to cluster configurations. This opens the door to configurations with fewer accelerators than […]
Oct, 14

Random Address Permute-Shift Technique for the Shared Memory on GPUs

The Discrete Memory Machine (DMM) is a theoretical parallel computing model that captures the essence of memory access to the shared memory of a streaming multiprocessor on CUDA-enabled GPUs. The DMM has w memory banks that constitute a shared memory, and w threads in a warp try to access them at the same time. However, […]
Oct, 14

Parallel Algorithms for the Summed Area Table on the Asynchronous Hierarchical Memory Machine, with GPU implementations

The Hierarchical Memory Machine (HMM) is a theoretical parallel computing model that captures the essence of computing on CUDA-enabled GPUs. The summed area table (SAT) of a matrix is a data structure frequently used in the area of computer vision which can be obtained by computing the column-wise prefix-sums and then the rowwise prefix-sums. The […]
Oct, 13

Scalable approximate k-NN in multidimensional big data

This thesis studies the scalability of the similarity search problem in large-scale multidimensional data. Similarity search, translating into the neighbour search problem, finds many applications for information retrieval, visualization, machine learning and data mining. The current exponential growth of data motivates the need for approximate and scalable algorithms. In most of existing algorithms and data-structures, […]
Oct, 13

A Parallel Algorithm for Enumerating Joint Weight of a Binary Linear Code in Network Coding

In this paper, we present a parallel algorithm for enumerating joint weight of a binary linear (n, k) code, aiming at accelerating assessment of its decoding error probability for network coding. To reduce the number of pairs of codewords to be investigated, our parallel algorithm reduces dimension k by focusing on the all-one vector included […]
Oct, 13

GAIN: GPU-based Constraint Checking for Context Consistency

Applications in pervasive computing are often context-aware. However, due to uncontrollable environmental noises, contexts collected by applications can be distorted or even conflicting with each other. This is known as the context inconsistency problem. To provide reliable services, applications need to validate contexts before using them. One promising approach is to check contexts against consistency […]
Oct, 13

HACC: Simulating Sky Surveys on State-of-the-Art Supercomputing Architectures

Current and future surveys of large-scale cosmic structure are associated with a massive and complex datastream to study, characterize, and ultimately understand the physics behind the two major components of the ‘Dark Universe’, dark energy and dark matter. In addition, the surveys also probe primordial perturbations and carry out fundamental measurements, such as determining the […]
Oct, 13

Towards Efficient Indexing of Spatiotemporal Trajectories on the GPU for Distance Threshold Similarity Searches

Applications in many domains require processing moving object trajectories. In this work, we focus on a trajectory similarity search that finds all trajectories within a given distance of a query trajectory over a time interval, which we call the distance threshold similarity search. We develop three indexing strategies with spatial, temporal and spatiotemporal selectivity for […]
Oct, 11

Mapping dynamic programming algorithms on graphics processing units

Alignment is the fundamental operation used to compare biological sequences. It also serves to identify regions of similarity that are eventually consequences of structural, functional, or evolutionary relationships. Today, the processing of sequences from large DNA or protein databases is a big challenge. Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) are based on a highly parallel, many-core streaming […]
Oct, 11

Interactive Simulations with Navier-Stokes Equations on many-core Architectures

Navier-Stokes Equations are a mathematical model to describe the behaviour of fluids. They have proven to represent real fluid flows quite well and are base for many fluid simulations. In order to exploit the performance provided by modern many-core systems, fluid simulation algorithms must be able to efficiently solve the Navier-Stokes Equations in parallel. The […]
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