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Jinwoong Kim, Beomseok Nam
The general purpose computing on graphics processing unit (GP-GPU) has emerged as a new cost effective parallel computing paradigm in high performance computing research that enables large amount of data to be processed in parallel. Large scale scientific data intensive applications have been playing an important role in modern high performance computing research. A common […]
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Hyungsuk Choi, Woohyuk Choi, Tran Minh Quan, David G. C. Hildebrand, Hanspeter Pfister, Senior Member, Won-Ki Jeong
As the size of image data from microscopes and telescopes increases, the need for high-throughput processing and visualization of large volumetric data has become more pressing. At the same time, many-core processors and GPU accelerators are commonplace, making high-performance distributed heterogeneous computing systems affordable. However, effectively utilizing GPU clusters is difficult for novice programmers, and […]
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Adam McLaughlin, David A. Bader
Graphs that model social networks, numerical simulations, and the structure of the Internet are enormous and cannot be manually inspected. A popular metric used to analyze these networks is betweenness centrality, which has applications in community detection, power grid contingency analysis, and the study of the human brain. However, these analyses come with a high […]
Ichitaro Yamazaki, Stanimire Tomov, Tingxing Dong, Jack Dongarra
We propose a mixed-precision orthogonalization scheme that takes the input matrix in a standard 32 or 64-bit floating-point precision, but uses higher-precision arithmetics to accumulate its intermediate results. For the 64-bit precision, our scheme uses software emulation for the higher-precision arithmetics, and requires about 20x more computation but about the same amount of communication as […]
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Ichitaro Yamazaki, Stanimire Tomov, Tingxing Dong, Jack Dongarra
We propose a mixed-precision orthogonalization scheme that takes the input matrix in a standard 32 or 64-bit floating-point precision, but accumulates its intermediate results in the doubled-precision. For a 64-bit input matrix, we use software emulation for the higher-precision arithmetics. Compared with the standard orthogonalization scheme, we require about 8:5 more computation but a much […]
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Tsuyoshi Watanabe, Naohito Nakasato
We propose a hybrid tree algorithm for reducing calculation and communication cost of collision-less N-body simulations. The concept of our algorithm is that we split interaction force into two parts: hard-force from neighbor particles and soft-force from distant particles, and applying different time integration for the forces. For hard-force calculation, we can efficiently reduce the […]
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Tran Minh Quan, Won-Ki Jeong
Discrete wavelet transform (DWT) has been widely used in many image compression applications, such as JPEG2000 and compressive sensing MRI. Even though a lifting scheme [1] has been widely adopted to accelerate DWT, only a handful of research has been done on its efficient implementation on many-core accelerators, such as graphics processing units (GPUs). Moreover, […]
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Azzam Haidar, Chongxiao Cao, Asim YarKhan, Piotr Luszczek, Stanimire Tomov, Khairul Kabir, Jack Dongarra
Many of the heterogeneous resources available to modern computers are designed for different workloads. In order to efficiently use GPU resources, the workload must have a greater degree of parallelism than a workload designed for multicore-CPUs. And conceptually, the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors are capable of handling workloads somewhere in between the two. This multitude […]
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Sangeeta Bhattacharjee, Satyendra Singh Yadav, Sarat Kumar Patra
In recent years Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) has evolved as a high performance data processing technology allowing users to compute large blocks of parallel data using an array of low complexity processors. This paper proposes the implementation of compute intensive portions of 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Long Term Evolution (LTE) physical layer using GPU. […]
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Florian Wende, Thomas Steinke, Frank Cordes
Small-scale computations usually cannot fully utilize the compute capabilities of modern GPGPUs. With the Fermi GPU architecture Nvidia introduced the concurrent kernel execution feature allowing up to 16 GPU kernels to execute simultaneously on a shared GPU device for a better utilization of the respective resources. Insufficient scheduling capabilities in this respect, however, can significantly […]
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Georgios Vernardos, Christopher J Fluke
As astronomy enters the petascale data era, astronomers are faced with new challenges relating to storage, access and management of data. A shift from the traditional approach of combining data and analysis at the desktop to the use of remote services, pushing the computation to the data, is now underway. In the field of cosmological […]
George Teodoro, Tony Pan, Tahsin Kurc, Jun Kong, Lee Cooper, Scott Klasky, Joel Saltz
Distributed memory machines equipped with CPUs and GPUs (hybrid computing nodes) are hard to program because of the multiple layers of memory and heterogeneous computing configurations. In this paper, we introduce a region template abstraction for the efficient management of common data types used in analysis of large datasets of high resolution images on clusters […]
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