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Performance Analysis of a Scalable Algorithm for 3D Linear Transforms on Supercomputer with Intel Processors/Co-Processors

   | 31 déc. 2020
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Practical realizations of 3D forward/inverse separable discrete transforms, such as Fourier transform, cosine/sine transform, etc. are frequently the principal limiters that prevent many practical applications from scaling to a large number of processors. Existing approaches, which are based primarily on 1D or 2D data decompositions, prevent the 3D transforms from effectively scaling to the maximum (possible/available) number of computer nodes. A highly scalable approach to realize forward/inverse 3D transforms has been proposed. It is based on a 3D decomposition of data and geared towards a torus network of computer nodes. The proposed algorithms requires compute-and-roll time-steps, where each step consists of an execution of multiple GEMM operations and concurrent movement of cubical data blocks between nearest neighbors. The aim of this paper is to present an experimental performance study of an implementation on high performance computer architecture.

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