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I/O and memory-efficient matrix multiplication with user-controllable parallel I/O

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4 Author(s)
Jang Sun Lee ; A.I. Sect., ETRI, Daejon, South Korea ; Park, S.-Y. ; Bruce Berra, P. ; Ranka, S.

The UPIO (user-controllable parallel I/O) proposed by the authors in 1996 allows users to determine a file's structure by considering the access patterns of particular applications and the distribution of data for parallel access, and them do I/O collectively. This enables users to produce high-performance external computation codes by planning I/O, computations, communication, and the reuse of data effectively in the codes. They show how well UPIO produces high performance external computation codes by designing I/O and memory-efficient external matrix multiplication algorithms and exploring the effects of UPIO with the codes

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Parallel and Distributed Systems, 1997. Proceedings., 1997 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

10-13 Dec 1997