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HPCWire: Prof. Guang Gao illustrates advantages of the codelet model

HPCWire: Prof. Guang Gao illustrates advantages of the codelet model. This also investigated together with prof. Gao in the TERAFLUX project. http://www.hpcwire.com/2014/02/18/data-locality-cure-irregular-applicati...

Write your program and Run in it in Dataflow mode NOW

The DATAFLOW RUN TIME (click to go to the SourceForge page).

This software aims at demonstrating that we can easily provide a very small and powerful runtime for running programs that are coded in whatever programming model, but that could be *executed* in a DATAFLOW style.

Dataflow Workshop DFM 2013 along with PACT 2013

TERAFLUX contributed to continuing the tradition of the Dataflow Workshp.

This year there has been a reord attendence of about 50 people.

See this website for updates on the proceedings: http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/conferences/dfmworkshop/2013/

TERAFLUX presented at Georgia Tech (Atlanta, GA, USA)

Prof. Roberto Giorgi, scientific coordinator of the TERAFLUX project presented on 24th August 2013 at Georgia Tech the TERAFLUX project. The event has been kindly organized by prof. Sudhakar Yalamanchili.

TERAFLUX extended to March 31st 2014

The TERAFLUX project had been officially extended to run until March 31st 2014, for a greater impact of the Research results! Prof. Roberto Giorgi (project coordinator).

Bridging the Exascale Programming Gap with Dataflow based Technologies

Dataflow is the most efficient Computational Paradigm. Jack Dennis, the father of Dataflow has defined it as "A Scheme of Computation in which an activity is initiated by presence of the data it needs to perform its function". New ways of exploiting this principle are nowadays available. In terms of programming models we see at least: OmpSs, OpenStream, DDM-TFLUX, DataFlow-Scala, SWARM, just to name a few. Start-ups like CAPS, MAXELER, are also making available powerful dataflow based technologies. How effective are those technologies? Is there a clear winner?

OpenStream in the HPCWire news

OpenStream - developed during the TERAFLUX project - appears in the current HPCWire news of the week

Bridging the Exascale Programming Gap with Dataflow based Technologies

Panel in MULTIPROG, HiPEAC - 21st January 2012 16:00 - Berlin, Germany

The MULTIPROG workshop http://multiprog.ac.upc.edu/ is hosting a panel organized
by the TERAFLUX coordinator (Prof. Roberto Giorgi)

Dataflow is the most efficient Computational Paradigm. Jack Dennis, the father of Dataflow has defined it as "A Scheme of Computation in which an activity is initiated by presence of the data it needs to perform its function".

Seminar: Control-Flow versus Data-Flow Supercomputers

Veljko Milutinovic, University of Belgrade, presented Seminar: Control-Flow versus Data-Flow SupercomputersVeljko - Siena, Italy, November 12th, 2012

Roberto Giorgi, MATEO'12: Multicore Architectures and Their Effective Operation 2012

Roberto Giorgi presented TERAFLUX project at the Multicore Architectures and Their Effective Operation 2012 -Barcelona, Spain, June 28th - 29th, 2012

Here are the slides of the presentation: TERAFLUX, Effective Operation of Dataflow Parallelism in Teradevices