The Impact of Multicore on Math Software

  title={The Impact of Multicore on Math Software},
  author={A. Buttari and J. Dongarra and J. Kurzak and J. Langou and P. Luszczek and S. Tomov},
Power consumption and heat dissipation issues are pushing the microprocessors industry towards multicore design patterns. Given the cubic dependence between core frequency and power consumption, multicore technologies leverage the idea that doubling the number of cores and halving the cores frequency gives roughly the same performance reducing the power consumption by a factor of four. With the number of cores on multicore chips expected to reach tens in a few years, efficient implementations… Expand
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