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Jan, 7

An Autonomous Data Language

Nowadays, the main advances in computational power are due to parallelism. However, most parallel languages have been designed with a focus on processors and threads. This makes dealing with data and memory in programs hard, which distances the implementation from its original algorithm. We propose a new paradigm for parallel programming, the data-autonomous paradigm, where […]
Jan, 7

Deep Learning Workload Scheduling in GPU Datacenters: A Survey

Deep learning (DL) has demonstrated its remarkable success in a wide variety of fields. The development of a DL model is a time-consuming and resource-intensive procedure. Hence, dedicated GPU accelerators have been collectively constructed into a GPU datacenter. An efficient scheduler design for a GPU datacenter is crucially important to reduce operational cost and improve […]
Dec, 31

Adding fault tolerance to OpenCL: Through redundant heterogeneous computing

The ever-increasing demand for computing has led to the need for specialized heterogeneous hardware, and the frameworks required to utilize them. Besides the traditional central processing units, more and more programs will make use of specialized hardware to accelerate computations. However, the increase in computing also leads to shorter mean time between failures. In this […]
Dec, 31

Optimization of Ported CFD Kernels on Intel Data Center GPU Max 1550 using oneAPI ESIMD

We describe our experience porting FUN3D’s CUDA-optimized kernels to Intel oneAPI SYCL. We faced several challenges, including foremost the suboptimal performance of the oneAPI code on Intel’s new data center GPU. Suboptimal performance of the oneAPI code was due primarily to high register spills, memory latency, and poor vectorization. We addressed these issues by implementing […]
Dec, 31

Performance Evaluation of Heterogeneous GPU Programming Frameworks for Hemodynamic Simulations

Preparing for the deployment of large scientific and engineering codes on upcoming exascale systems with GPU-dense nodes is made challenging by the unprecedented diversity of device architectures and heterogeneous programming models. In this work, we evaluate the process of porting a massively parallel, fluid dynamics code written in CUDA to SYCL, HIP, and Kokkos with […]
Dec, 31

Enabling Quantum Computer Simulations on AMD GPUs: a HIP Backend for Google’s qsim

Quantum computer simulators play a critical role in supporting the development and validation of quantum algorithms and hardware. This study focuses on porting Google’s qsim, a quantum computer simulator, to AMD Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). We leverage the existing qsim CUDA backend and harness the HIPIFY tool to provide a qsim HIP backend tailored for […]
Dec, 31

Gaiwan: a Size-Polymorphic Typesystem for GPU Programs

General-purpose computing on graphics processing units (GPGPU) is increasingly used for number crunching tasks such as analyzing time series data. GPUs are a good fit for these tasks as they can execute many computations in parallel. To leverage this parallelism, the programmer is forced to carefully divide their input data into data blocks that are […]
Dec, 24

KeSCo: Compiler-based Kernel Scheduling for Multi-task GPU Applications

Nowadays, Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) dominate in a wide spectrum of computing realms and multi-task is increasingly applied in various complicated applications. To gain higher performance, multi-task programs require cumbersome programming efforts to take advantage of inter-kernel concurrency at source-code level. Although there exist works automatically scheduling kernels to enable inter-kernel concurrency, they all inevitably […]
Dec, 24

FCBench: Cross-Domain Benchmarking of Lossless Compression for Floating-Point Data

While both the database and high-performance computing (HPC) communities utilize lossless compression methods to minimize floating-point data size, a disconnect persists between them. Each community designs and assesses methods in a domain-specific manner, making it unclear if HPC compression techniques can benefit database applications or vice versa. With the HPC community increasingly leaning towards in-situ […]
Dec, 24

Experiences Building an MLIR-based SYCL Compiler

Similar to other programming models, compilers for SYCL, the open programming model for heterogeneous computing based on C++, would benefit from access to higher-level intermediate representations. The loss of high-level structure and semantics caused by premature lowering to low-level intermediate representations and the inability to reason about host and device code simultaneously present major challenges […]
Dec, 24

Binary Code Summarization: Benchmarking ChatGPT/GPT-4 and Other Large Language Models

Binary code summarization, while invaluable for understanding code semantics, is challenging due to its labor-intensive nature. This study delves into the potential of large language models (LLMs) for binary code comprehension. To this end, we present BinSum, a comprehensive benchmark and dataset of over 557K binary functions and introduce a novel method for prompt synthesis […]
Dec, 24

Comparative Performance and Scalability Analysis of GPU-accelerated Database Operations

This Master’s thesis investigates the performance dynamics of database operations – V-Search, Fuzzy Search, and Join – implemented on both Central Processing Units (CPU) and Graphics Processing Units (GPU). With the ever-increasing demand for efficient data processing, it has become crucial to understand and optimize the use of different hardware platforms for executing diverse database […]

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