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Publication years2017-2017
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December 2017 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO): Volume 14 Issue 4, December 2017
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The architecture and programming model of current GPGPUs are best suited for applications that are dominated by structured control and data flows across large regular datasets. Parallel workloads with irregular control and data structures cannot easily harness the processing power of the GPGPU. One approach for mapping these irregular-parallel workloads ...
Keywords: data awareness, work-queue, GPGPU

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October 2017 MICRO-50 '17: Proceedings of the 50th Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture
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Computer graphics is generally divided into two branches: real-time rendering and physically-based rendering. Conventional graphics processing units (GPUs) were designed to accelerate the former which is based on the standard Z-buffer algorithm. However, many applications in entertainment, science, and industry require high quality visual effects such as soft-shadows, reflections, and ...
Keywords: GPU, physically-based rendering, warp divergence

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September 2017 SIGITE '17: Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education
Publisher: ACM
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We describe a study that uses the peer-formulated assignment method to motivate undergraduate students in computer science (CS) experimental courses. This method requires each student or group to create a problem and then to pick another problem from other students to complete. Such problem and solution exchange helps motivate the ...
Keywords: computer science, undergraduate, peer-formulated assignment, experimental course

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