Jul, 15

Data-Parallel Hashing Techniques for GPU Architectures

Hash tables are one of the most fundamental data structures for effectively storing and accessing sparse data, with widespread usage in domains ranging from computer graphics to machine learning. This study surveys the state-of-the-art research on data-parallel hashing techniques for emerging massively-parallel, many-core GPU architectures. Key factors affecting the performance of different hashing schemes are […]
Jul, 7

Application of Deep-Learning to Compiler-Based Graphs

Graph-structured data is used in many domains to represent complex objects, such as the molecular structure of chemicals or interactions between members of a social network. However, extracting meaningful information from these graphs is a difficult task, which is often undertaken on a case by case basis. Devising automated methods to mine information from graphs […]
Jul, 7

Calamari – A High-Performance Tensorflow-based Deep Learning Package for Optical Character Recognition

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) on contemporary and historical data is still in the focus of many researchers. Especially historical prints require book specific trained OCR models to achieve applicable results (Springmann and L"udeling, 2016, Reul et al., 2017a). To reduce the human effort for manually annotating ground truth (GT) various techniques such as voting and […]
Jul, 7

Energy Consumption of Algorithms for Solving the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations on CPU’s, GPU’s and KNL’s

In addition to the hardware wall-time restrictions commonly seen in high-performance computing systems, it is likely that future systems will also be constrained by energy budgets. In the present work, finite difference algorithms of varying computational and memory intensity are evaluated with respect to both energy efficiency and runtime on an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU […]
Jul, 7

FluidFFT: common API (C++ and Python) for Fast Fourier Transform HPC libraries

The Python package fluidfft provides a common Python API for performing Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT) in sequential, in parallel and on GPU with different FFT libraries (FFTW, P3DFFT, PFFT, cuFFT). fluidfft is a comprehensive FFT framework which allows Python users to easily and efficiently perform FFT and the associated tasks, such as as computing linear […]
Jul, 7

An Efficient Dispatcher for Large Scale GraphProcessing on OpenCL-based FPGAs

High parallel framework has been proved to be very suitable for graph processing. There are various work to optimize the implementation in FPGAs, a pipeline parallel device. The key to make use of the parallel performance of FPGAs is to process graph data in pipeline model and take advantage of on-chip memory to realize necessary […]
Jul, 5

Beyond Straightforward Vectorization of Lightweight Data Compression Algorithms for Larger Vector Sizes

Data as well as hardware characteristics are two key aspects for efficient data management. This holds in particular for the field of in-memory data processing. Aside from increasing main memory capacities, efficient in-memory processing benefits from novel processing concepts based on lightweight compressed data. Thus, an active research field deals with the adaptation of new […]
Jul, 5

Exploration of Low Numeric Precision Deep Learning Inference Using Intel FPGAs

CNNs have been shown to maintain reasonable classification accuracy when quantized to lower precisions. Quantizing to sub 8-bit activations and weights can result in accuracy falling below an acceptable threshold. Techniques exist for closing the accuracy gap of limited numeric precision typically by increasing computation. This results in a trade-off between throughput and accuracy and […]
Jul, 5

Evaluating the Efficiency of CPUs, GPUs and FPGAs on a Near-Duplicate Document Detection Via OpenCL

Discovering identical or near-identical items is urgently important in many applications such as Web crawling since it drastically reduces the text processing costs. Simhash is a widely used technique, able to attribute a bit-string identity to a text, such that similar texts have similar identities. In this study, a real-time solution for a simhash calculation […]
Jul, 5

A Survey on Agent-based Simulation using Hardware Accelerators

Due to decelerating gains in single-core CPU performance, computationally expensive simulations are increasingly executed on highly parallel hardware platforms. Agent-based simulations, where simulated entities act with a certain degree of autonomy, frequently provide ample opportunities for parallelisation. Thus, a vast variety of approaches proposed in the literature demonstrated considerable performance gains using hardware platforms such […]
Jul, 5

XGBoost: Scalable GPU Accelerated Learning

We describe the multi-GPU gradient boosting algorithm implemented in the XGBoost library. Our algorithm allows fast, scalable training on multi-GPU systems with all of the features of the XGBoost library. We employ data compression techniques to minimise the usage of scarce GPU memory while still allowing highly efficient implementation. Using our algorithm we show that […]
Jul, 1

Directive-Based, High-Level Programming and Optimizations for High-Performance Computing with FPGAs

Reconfigurable architectures like Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) have been used for accelerating computations from several domains because of their unique combination of flexibility, performance, and power efficiency. However, FPGAs have not been widely used for high-performance computing, primarily because of their programming complexity and difficulties in optimizing performance. In this paper, we present a […]
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