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Programming accelerators such as GPUs with low-level APIs and languages such as OpenCL and CUDA is difficult, error-prone, and not performance-portable. Automatic parallelization and domain specific languages (DSLs) have been proposed to hide complexity and regain performance portability. We present PENCIL, a rigorously-defined subset of GNU C99-enriched with additional language constructs-that enables compilers to exploit […]
David Medina
Rapid evolution of computer processor architectures has spawned multiple programming languages and standards. This thesis strives to address the challenges caused by fast and cyclical changes in programming models. The novel contribution of this thesis is the introduction of an abstract unified framework which addresses portability and performance for programming manycore devices. To test this […]
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Anthony Cowley, Camillo J. Taylor
We address the increasingly varied capabilities of specialized computing platforms by introducing a growing family of functionally-limited mini-languages, implemented as embedded domain specific languages (EDSLs) in Haskell, that may be composed to harness the computational features offered by a variety of hardware platforms. This development is based on a novel modular representation of the EDSL […]
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Li-Wen Chang, Abdul Dakkak, Christopher I. Rodrigues, Wen-mei Hwu
We propose Tangram, a general-purpose high-level language that achieves high performance across architectures. In Tangram, a program is written by synthesizing elemental pieces of code snippets, called codelets. A codelet can have multiple semantic-preserving implementations to enable automated algorithm and implementation selection. An implementation of a codelet can be written with tunable knobs to allow […]
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Robert Senser, Tom Altman
DEFG is our declarative language and framework for the efficient generation of OpenCL GPU applications. Using our new DEFG implementation, run-time and lines-of-code comparisons are provided for three well-known algorithms: Sobel image filtering, breadth-first search and all-pairs shortest path. The DEFG declarative language and corresponding OpenCL kernels provide complete OpenCL applications. The lines-of-code comparison demonstrates […]
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N. Tuck
This dissertation explores just-in-time (JIT) specialization as an optimization for OpenCL data-parallel compute kernels. It describes the implementation and performance of two extensions to OpenCL, Bacon and Specialization Annotated OpenCL (SOCL). Bacon is a replacement interface for OpenCL that provides improved usability and has JIT specialization built in. SOCL is a simple extension to OpenCL […]
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Yaakoub El-Khamra, Niall Gaffney, David Walling, Eric Wernert, Weijia Xu, Hui Zhang
Over the years, R has been adopted as a major data analysis and mining tool in many domain fields. As Big Data overwhelms those fields, the computational needs and workload of existing R solutions increases significantly. With recent hardware and software developments, it is possible to enable massive parallelism with existing R solutions with little […]
Thierry Coppey
Dynamic programming is an algorithmic technique to solve problems that follow the Bellman’s principle: optimal solutions depends on optimal sub-problem solutions. The core idea behind dynamic programming is to memoize intermediate results into matrices to avoid multiple computations. Solving a dynamic programming problem consists of two phases: filling one or more matrices with intermediate solutions […]
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