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Embedded manycore programming: From auto-parallelization to domain specific languages

Reference

Jeronimo Castrillon, "Embedded manycore programming: From auto-parallelization to domain specific languages" , In IEEE 13th International Symposium on Embedded Multicore/Many-core Systems-on-Chip (MCSoC-2019) (keynote), Oct 2019.

Abstract

Programming manycores remains a daunting task, especially in the presence of the heterogeneity and application constraints typical in the embedded domain. This talk reviews efforts to cope with this complexity from the last 10+ years of research. It starts with the challenges faced by auto-parallelizing compilers, discussing how far they have made it since the start of the multi-core era. The talk also reviews explicit parallel programming and associated programming methodologies, with focus on recent advances that aim at increasing the adaptivity and robustness of dataflow applications. The talk then advocates for even higher-level programming abstractions in the form of domain specific languages, particularly important to deal with the increased complexity brought by emerging computing paradigms.

Bibtex

@Misc{castrillon_mcsoc2019,
author = {Castrillon, Jeronimo},
title = {Embedded manycore programming: From auto-parallelization to domain specific languages},
howpublished = {IEEE 13th International Symposium on Embedded Multicore/Many-core Systems-on-Chip (MCSoC-2019) (keynote)},
month = oct,
year = {2019},
abstract = {Programming manycores remains a daunting task, especially in the presence of the heterogeneity and application constraints typical in the embedded domain. This talk reviews efforts to cope with this complexity from the last 10+ years of research. It starts with the challenges faced by auto-parallelizing compilers, discussing how far they have made it since the start of the multi-core era. The talk also reviews explicit parallel programming and associated programming methodologies, with focus on recent advances that aim at increasing the adaptivity and robustness of dataflow applications. The talk then advocates for even higher-level programming abstractions in the form of domain specific languages, particularly important to deal with the increased complexity brought by emerging computing paradigms.},
url = {http://mcsoc-forum.org/m2019/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/191002_castrillon_mcsoc-opt.pdf},
keywords = {invitedtalk},
location = {Singapore},
}

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