High Performance Reconfigurable Computing
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 June 2019) | Viewed by 16870
Interests: programming models; compilers; program analysis and optimizations; heterogeneous computing; high-performance computing
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Reconfigurable computing using Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) and coarse-grained reconfigurable devices have received renewed interest because of their unique combination of flexibility, performance, and energy efficiency. Their reconfigurable nature allows these architectures to be customized to match the needs of a given application so that they can achieve much higher energy efficiency and/or performance gains compared to conventional CPUs and GPUs.
Recent trends in technologies, such as (1) high-end FPGAs with hardened floating-point data signal processing blocks, (2) new system-on-chip devices integrating CPUs, FPGAs, and GPUs, and (3) high-level programming support (HLS, OpenCL, OpenACC, etc.), make high performance reconfigurable computing more attractive for serious exploration in scientific simulation and data analytics.
We invite you to submit your latest research on the theoretical and practical issues in applying reconfigurable computing to high performance computing (HPC) and data analytics. Potential topics of this Special Issue include, but are not limited to:
- HPC and machine learning algorithms and applications implemented on reconfigurable devices
- Programming models, compilers, and system software for reconfigurable computing
- Algorithms and methods for leveraging dynamic reconfiguration to increase performance, flexibility, reliability, or programmability.
- Mapping algorithms and tools for heterogeneous system-on-chip devices
Dr. Seyong Lee
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- High performance computing
- Reconfigurable computing
- Data analytics