Directive-based Heterogeneous Programming

@inproceedings{Bihan2009DirectivebasedHP,
  title={Directive-based Heterogeneous Programming},
  author={St{\'e}phane Bihan and Georges-Emmanuel MOULARD and Romain Dolbeau},
  year={2009}
}
Hybrid parallel multicore architectures based on Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) can provide tremendous computing power. Current NVIDIA and AMD Graphics Product Group hardware display a peak performance of hundreds of gigaflops. However, exploiting GPUs from existing applications is a difficult task that requires non-portable rewriting of the code. In this paper, we present HMPP, a Heterogenous Multicore Parallel Programming workbench with compilers used to accelerate a Reverse Time Migration… CONTINUE READING

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