Since the silicon technology entered the many-core era, new computing platforms are exploiting higher and higher levels of parallelism. Thanks to scalable, clustered architectures, embedded systems and high-performance computing (HPC) are rapidly converging.We are also experiencing a rapid overlapping of the challenges related to efficient exploitation of processing resources. Platform-specific optimization and application boosting cannot be considered independently anymore. Thus the increased interest towards broader and versatile methodologies, which could easily scale from the embedded up to the general-purpose domain.

Data Parallel Application Adaptivity and System-Wide Resource Management in Many-Core Architectures

MASSARI, GIUSEPPE;PAONE, EDOARDO;SCANDALE, MICHELE;BELLASI, PATRICK;PALERMO, GIANLUCA;ZACCARIA, VITTORIO;AGOSTA, GIOVANNI;FORNACIARI, WILLIAM;SILVANO, CRISTINA
2014

Abstract

Since the silicon technology entered the many-core era, new computing platforms are exploiting higher and higher levels of parallelism. Thanks to scalable, clustered architectures, embedded systems and high-performance computing (HPC) are rapidly converging.We are also experiencing a rapid overlapping of the challenges related to efficient exploitation of processing resources. Platform-specific optimization and application boosting cannot be considered independently anymore. Thus the increased interest towards broader and versatile methodologies, which could easily scale from the embedded up to the general-purpose domain.
Proceedings of ARC 2014: Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Tools, and Applications - 10th International Symposium
978-3-319-05959-4
978-3-319-05960-0
978-3-319-05959-4
978-3-319-05960-0
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