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Each new generation of GPUs vastly increases the resources available to GPGPU programs. GPU programming models (like CUDA) were designed to scale to use these resources. However, we find that CUDA programs actually do not scale to utilize all available resources, with over 30% of resources going unused on average for programs of the Parboil2 suite that we(More)
The StreamIt programming model has been proposed to exploit parallelism in streaming applications on general purpose multi-core architectures. This model allows programmers to specify the structure of a program as a set of filters that act upon data, and a set of communication channels between them. The StreamIt graphs describe task, data and pipeline(More)
Effective sharing of the last level cache has a significant influence on the overall performance of a multicore system. We observe that existing solutions control cache occupancy at a coarser granularity, do not scale well to large core counts and in some cases lack the flexibility to support a variety of performance goals. In this paper, we propose(More)
In this paper, we present an implementation of a vectorizing C compiler for Intel's MMX (Multimedia Extension). This compiler would identify data parallel sections of the code using scalar and array dependence analysis. To enhance the scope for application of the subword semantics, our compiler performs several code transformations. These include strip(More)
Traditionally, software pipelining is applied either to theinnermost loop of a given loop nest or from the innermostloop to outer loops. In this paper, we propose a three-stepapproach, called Single-dimension Software Pipelining(SSP), to software pipeline a loop nest at an arbitraryloop level.The first step identifies the most profitable loop level(More)
In this paper we address the following software pipelining problem: given a loop and a machine architecture with a fixed number of processor resources (e.g. function units), how can one construct a software-pipelined schedule which runs on the given architecture at the maximum possible iteration rate (a&grave; la <bold>rate-optimal</bold>) while minimizing(More)
Recently, software pipelining methods based on an ILP (Integer Linear Programming) framework have been successfully applied to derive rate-optimal schedules for architectures involving clean pipelines - pipelines without structural hazards. The problem for architectures beyond such clean pipelines remains open. One challenge is how, under a unified ILP(More)