GoDEL: A multidirectional dataflow execution model for large-scale computing

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Year:
2011
Type of Publication:
Article
Authors:
  • Kulkarni, Abhishek
  • Lang, Michael
  • Lumsdaine, Andrew
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First Workshop on Data-Flow Execution Models for Extreme Scale Computing, 2011-10-10 (Galveston Island, Texas, United States)
Abstract:
As the emerging trends in hardware architecture guided by performance, power eciency and complexity drive us towards massive processor parallelism, there has been a renewed interest in dataflow models for large-scale computing. Dataflow execution models, being declarative in nature, lead to improved programmability at scale by implicitly managing the computation and communication for the application. In this paper, we present a multidirectional dataflow execution model called GoDEL based on propagation networks. Propagator networks allow concurrent, general-purpose computation on partial data. Implemented with eciency and programmer productivity as its goals, we describe the implementation of the GoDEL language and its runtime. We further discuss a representative example that benefits from the flexibility in the execution model.
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