Qinling: A Parametric Model in Speculative Multithreading
AbstractSpeculative multithreading (SpMT) is a thread-level automatic parallelization technique that can accelerate sequential programs, especially for irregular applications that are hard to be parallelized by conventional approaches. Thread partition plays a critical role in SpMT. Conventional machine learning-based thread partition approaches applied machine learning to offline guide partition, but could not explicitly explore the law between partition and performance. In this paper, we build a parametric model (Qinling) with a multiple regression method to discover the inherent law between thread partition and performance. The paper firstly extracts unpredictable parameters that determine the performance of thread partition in SpMT; secondly, we build a parametric model Qinling with extracted parameters and speedups, and train Qinling offline, as well as apply it to predict the theoretical speedups of unseen applications. Finally, validation is done. Prophet, which consists of an automatic parallelization compiler and a multi-core simulator, is used to obtain real speedups of the input programs. Olden and SPEC2000 benchmarks are used to train and validate the parametric model. Experiments show that Qinling delivers a good performance to predict speedups of unseen programs, and provides feedback guidance for Prophet to obtain the optimal partition parameters. View Full-Text
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Li, Y.; Zhao, Y.; Liu, B. Qinling: A Parametric Model in Speculative Multithreading. Symmetry 2017, 9, 180.
Li Y, Zhao Y, Liu B. Qinling: A Parametric Model in Speculative Multithreading. Symmetry. 2017; 9(9):180.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Yuxiang; Zhao, Yinliang; Liu, Bin. 2017. "Qinling: A Parametric Model in Speculative Multithreading." Symmetry 9, no. 9: 180.
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