WAMCA 2012
3rd Workshop on Applications for Multi-Core Architectures
October 24th and 25th of 2012

Held in conjunction with the
24th International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing
(SBAC PAD 2012)

Workshop Program
 


Wednesday Oct 24th

08:30-09:00 On-site Registration
09:00-10:00 Keynote 1: Marc Snir
10:00-10:45 Industrial Talk 1: AMD
10:45-11:05 Coffe Break
Room To Be Announced
11:15-12:45
Session 1 - GPU Computing - Chair: Mauricio Pilla
  • A load distribution algorithm based on profiling for heterogeneous GPU clusters
    Raphael Camargo
  • A Study on Mixed Precision Techniques for a GPU-based SIP Solver
    Pablo Igounet, Ernesto Dufrechou, Martín Pedemonte, and Pablo Ezzatti
  • Architecture of Request Distributor for GPU Clusters
    Mani Shafaat Doost, S. Masoud Sadjadi, Jose Silva Junior, Marcelo Zamith, Mark Joselli, Esteban Clua
  • A hybrid CPU-GPU local search heuristic for the unrelated parallel machine scheduling problem
    Igor Coelho, Matheus Haddad, Luiz Satoru Ochi, Marcone Souza, Ricardo Farias
12:00-14:00 Lunch Break
Room to be announced
14:00-15:40
Session 2 - Multi-Core Computing - Chair: Cristiana Bentes
  • A High-Level implementation of STM Haskell with Write/Write conflict detection
    Andre Du Bois, Mauricio Pilla, and Rodrigo Duarte
  • Optimal Virtual Channel Insertion for Contention Alleviation and Deadlock Avoidance in Custom NoCs
    Anita Tino and Gul Khan
  • A Novel Virtual Channel Implementation Technique for Multi-core On-chip Communication
    Masoud Oveis-Gharan, and Gul Khan
  • Autotuning Wavefront Abstractions for Heterogeneous Architectures
    Siddharth Mohanty, and Murray Cole
15:40-16:00 Coffe Break
Room to be announced
16:00-16:40
Session 3 - Energy and Scheduling - Chair: Andre Du Bois
  • Time-to-Solution and Energy-to-Solution: A Comparison Between ARM and Xeon
    Edson Padoin, Daniel Oliveira, Pedro Velho, and Philippe Navaux
  • Scheduling Cyclic Task Graphs with SCC-Map
    Alexandre Sardinha, Tiago Alves, Leandro Marzulo, Felipe França, Valmir Barbosa, and Vítor Santos Costa