Introducing 'Bones': a parallelizing source-to-source compiler based on algorithmic skeletons

@inproceedings{Nugteren2012IntroducingA,
  title={Introducing 'Bones': a parallelizing source-to-source compiler based on algorithmic skeletons},
  author={C. Nugteren and H. Corporaal},
  booktitle={GPGPU-5},
  year={2012}
}
  • C. Nugteren, H. Corporaal
  • Published in GPGPU-5 2012
  • Computer Science
  • Recent advances in multi-core and many-core processors requires programmers to exploit an increasing amount of parallelism from their applications. Data parallel languages such as CUDA and OpenCL make it possible to take advantage of such processors, but still require a large amount of effort from programmers. A number of parallelizing source-to-source compilers have recently been developed to ease programming of multi-core and many-core processors. This work presents and evaluates a number of… CONTINUE READING
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