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LS-CAT: A Large-Scale CUDA AutoTuning Dataset

Lars Bjertnes, Jacob O. Tørring, Anne C. Elster
Department of Computer Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway
arXiv:2103.14409 [cs.DC], (26 Mar 2021)

@misc{bjertnes2021lscat,

   title={LS-CAT: A Large-Scale CUDA AutoTuning Dataset},

   author={Lars Bjertnes and Jacob O. Tørring and Anne C. Elster},

   year={2021},

   eprint={2103.14409},

   archivePrefix={arXiv},

   primaryClass={cs.DC}

}

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The effectiveness of Machine Learning (ML) methods depend on access to large suitable datasets. In this article, we present how we build the LS-CAT (Large-Scale CUDA AutoTuning) dataset sourced from GitHub for the purpose of training NLP-based ML models. Our dataset includes 19 683 CUDA kernels focused on linear algebra. In addition to the CUDA codes, our LS-CAT dataset contains 5 028 536 associated runtimes, with different combinations of kernels, block sizes and matrix sizes. The runtime are GPU benchmarks on both Nvidia GTX 980 and Nvidia T4 systems. This information creates a foundation upon which NLP-based models can find correlations between source-code features and optimal choice of thread block sizes. There are several results that can be drawn out of our LS-CAT database. E.g., our experimental results show that an optimal choice in thread block size can gain an average of 6% for the average case. We thus also analyze how much performance increase can be achieved in general, finding that in 10% of the cases more than 20% performance increase can be achieved by using the optimal block. A description of current and future work is also included.
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