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—OpenCL (Open Computing Language) is a framework for general-purpose parallel programming. Programs written in OpenCL are functionally portable across multiple processors including CPUs, GPUs, and also FPGAs. Using an auto-tuning technique makes performance of OpenCL programs also portable on different processors. We have developed an auto-tuning system… (More)

Contribution ◮ Blocked algorithm for the all-pairs shortest (APSP) paths problem for a hybrid CPU-GPU system. ◮ Applicable to solve the APSP problem even when the required memory size is larger than GPU's memory capacity. ◮ Fastest among existing APSP solutions on large dense graphs. ◮ Discussion on required memory bandwidth for the blocked algorithm. The… (More)

SUMMARY The All-Pairs Shortest Paths (APSP) problem is a graph problem which can be solved by a three-nested loop program. The Cell Broadband Engine (Cell/B.E.) is a heterogeneous multi-core processor that offers the high single precision floating-point performance. In this paper, a solution of the APSP problem on the Cell/B.E. is presented. To maximize the… (More)

—The two-dimensional (2D) forward/inverse discrete Fourier transform (DFT), discrete cosine transform (DCT), discrete sine transform (DST), discrete Hartley transform (DHT), discrete Walsh-Hadamard transform (DWHT), play a fundamental role in many practical applications. Due to the separability property, all these transforms can be uniquely defined as a… (More)

—Recent changes in computational sciences force reevaluation of the role of dense matrix multiplication. Among others, this resulted in a proposal to consider generalized matrix multiplication, based on the theory of algebraic semirings. The aim of this note is to outline an initial object oriented model of the generalized matrix-multiply-add operation.