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State-of-the-art graphic processing units (GPUs) can offer very high computational throughput for highly parallel applications using hundreds of integrated cores. In general, the peak throughput of a GPU is proportional to the product of the number of cores and their frequency. However, the product is often limited by a power constraint. Although the(More)
State-of-the-art graphic processing units (GPUs) provide very high memory bandwidth, but the performance of many general-purpose GPU (GPGPU) workloads is still bounded by memory bandwidth. Although compression techniques have been adopted by commercial GPUs, they are only used for compressing texture and color data, not data for GPGPU workloads.(More)
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