Manuel Arenaz

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This paper presents a new approach for the detection of coarse-grain parallelism in loop nests that contain complex computations, including subscripted subscripts as well as conditional statements that introduce complex control flows at run-time. The approach is based on the recognition of the computational kernels calculated in a loop without considering(More)
The recognition of program constructs that are frequently used by software developers is a powerful mechanism for optimizing and parallelizing compilers to improve the performance of the object code. The development of techniques for automatic recognition of computational kernels such as inductions, reductions and array recurrences has been an intensive(More)
SUMMARY The memory hierarchy plays an essential role in the performance of current computers, thus good analysis tools that help predict and understand its behavior are required. Analytical modeling is the ideal base for such tools if its traditional limitations in accuracy and scope of application are overcome. While there has been extensive research on(More)
The automatic parallelization of loops that contain complex computations is still a challenge for current paralleliz-ing compilers. The main limitations are related to the analysis of expressions that contain subscripted subscripts, and the analysis of conditional statements that introduce complex control !ows at run-time. We use the term complex loop to(More)
A loop with irregular assignment computations contains loop-carried output data dependences that can only be detected at run-time. In this paper, a load-balanced method based on the inspector-executor model is proposed to parallelize this loop pattern. The basic idea lies in splitting the iteration space of the sequential loop into sets of conflict-free(More)
This work presents a parallel version of a complex numerical algorithm for solving an el-astohydrodynamic piezoviscous lubrication problem studied in tribology. The numerical algorithm combines regula falsi, ®xed point techniques, ®nite elements and duality methods. The execution of the sequential program on a workstation requires signi®cant CPU time and(More)
—Shallow water simulation enables the study of problems such as dam break, river, canal and coastal hydrodynamics, as well as the transport of inert substances, such as pollutants, on a fluid. This article describes a GPU efficient and cost-effective CUDA implementation of a finite volume numerical scheme for solving pollutant transport problems in(More)
This paper describes an experience of designing and implementing a portal to support transparent remote access to supercomputing facilities to students enrolled in an undergraduate parallel programming course. As these facilities are heterogeneous, are located at different sites, and belong to different institutions, grid computing technologies have been(More)
The widespread use of multicore processors is not a consequence of significant advances in parallel programming. In contrast, multicore processors arise due to the complexity of building power-efficient, high-clock-rate, single-core chips. Automatic parallelization of sequential applications is the ideal solution for making parallel programming as easy as(More)