High-performance and Hardware-aware Computing
High-performance system architectures are increasingly exploiting heterogeneity: multi- and manycore-based systems are complemented by coprocessors, accelerators, and reconfigurable units providing huge computational power. However, applications of scientific interest (e.g. in high-performance computing and numerical simulation) are not yet...
GPU Computing Gems Emerald Edition (Applications of GPU Computing Series)
We are entering the golden age of GPU computing. Since the introduction of CUDA in 2007, more
than 100 million computers with CUDA-capable GPUs have been shipped to end users. Unlike the
previous GPGPU shader programming models, CUDA supports parallel programming in C. From my
own experience in teaching CUDA programming, C programmers...
Microprocessor Architecture: From Simple Pipelines to Chip Multiprocessors
Computer architecture is at a turning point. Radical changes occurred in the 1980s when the Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) philosophy, spurred in good part by academic research, permeated the industry as a reaction to the Complex Instruction Set Computer (CISC) complexities. Today, three decades later, we have reached a point where...
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