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03-07-12, 05:10 PM
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In this video, Michael Wolfe (http://www.taborcommunications.com/archives/8309.html) from The Portland Group (http://www.pgroup.com/index.htm) discusses heterogeneous programming for HPC.

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What‚??s the distinction between heterogeneous computing and¬*heterogeneous programming?
Why is heterogeneous¬*programming hard?
What‚??s the right level of abstraction for heterogeneous programming?
What are the existing methods for heterogeneous programming?¬*Do they really solve this problem?
What heterogeneous systems are likely to survive in HPC?

Wolfe recently became a guest contributor on insideHPC and we‚??re looking forward to more discussions in the coming months.

http://insidehpc.com/?ak_action=api_record_view&id=27607&type=feed Related posts:

Michael Wolfe on Optimizing Data Movement in the PGI Accelerator Programming Model (http://insidehpc.com/2011/03/02/optimizing-data-movement-in-the-pgi-accelerator-programming-model/)
Michael Wolfe on what we can (and shouldn‚??t) expect from OpenCL (http://insidehpc.com/2009/09/11/michael-wolfe-opencl-promises-challenges/)
Microsoft Accelerator System ‚?? A Swiss Army Knife for Heterogeneous Programming? (http://insidehpc.com/2011/07/19/microsoft-accelerator-system-a-swiss-army-knife-for-heterogeneous-programming/)



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