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Reducing overhead in implementing fine-grain parallel data-structures of a dataflow language on off-the-shelf distributed-memory parallel computers

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4 Author(s)
Kusakabe, S. ; Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka, Japan ; Nagai, T. ; Inenaga, K. ; Amamiya, M.

In order to show the feasibility of a fine-grain dataflow computation scheme, we are implementing a fine-grain dataflow language on off-the-shelf computers, using a fine-grain multithread approach. Fine-grain parallel data-structures such as I-structures provide high level abstraction to easily write programs with potentially high parallelism. The results of preliminary experiments on a distributed memory parallel machine indicate that the performance inefficiency related to fine-grain parallel data-structures in the naive implementation is mainly caused by the calculation of the local address for distributed data, and the frequent fine-grain data access using message passing. In order to reduce the addressing overhead, we introduce a two-level table addressing technique. We employ a caching mechanism and a grouping mechanism for the fine-grain data access. The preliminary performance evaluation results indicate that these techniques are effective to improve the performance

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System Sciences, 1997, Proceedings of the Thirtieth Hawaii International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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7-10 Jan 1997

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