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Automatic creation of tile size selection models

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Automatic creation of tile size selection models
Tiling is a widely used loop transformation for exposing/exploiting parallelism and data locality. Effective use of tiling requires selection and tuning of the tile sizes. This is usually achieved by handcrafting tile size selection (TSS) models that characterize the performance of the tiled program as a function of tile sizes. The best tile sizes are selected by either directly using the TSS model or by using the TSS model together with an empirical search. Handcrafting accurate TSS models is hard, and adapting them to different architecture/compiler, or even keeping them up-to-date with respect to the evolution of a single compiler is often just as hard. Instead of hand-crafting TSS models, can we automatically learn or create them? In this paper, we show that for a specific class of programs fairly accurate TSS models can be automatically created by using a combination of simple program features, synthetic kernels, and standard machine learning techniques. The automatic TSS model ...
Tomofumi Yuki, Lakshminarayanan Renganarayanan, Sa
Added 16 May 2010
Updated 16 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where CGO
Authors Tomofumi Yuki, Lakshminarayanan Renganarayanan, Sanjay V. Rajopadhye, Charles Anderson, Alexandre E. Eichenberger, Kevin O'Brien
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