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A Distributed Kernel Summation Framework for General-Dimension Machine Learning

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A Distributed Kernel Summation Framework for General-Dimension Machine Learning
Kernel summations are a ubiquitous key computational bottleneck in many data analysis methods. In this paper, we attempt to marry, for the first time, the best relevant techniques in parallel computing, where kernel summations are in low dimensions, with the best general-dimension algorithms from the machine learning literature. We provide the first distributed implementation of kernel summation framework that can utilize: 1) various types of deterministic and probabilistic approximations that may be suitable for low and high-dimensional problems with a large number of data points; 2) any multi-dimensional binary tree using both distributed memory and shared memory parallelism; 3) a dynamic load balancing scheme to adjust work imbalances during the computation. Our hybrid MPI/OpenMP codebase has wide applicability in providing a general framework to accelerate the computation of many popular machine learning methods. Our experiments show scalability results for kernel density estima...
Dongryeol Lee, Richard W. Vuduc, Alexander G. Gray
Added 29 Sep 2012
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Type Journal
Year 2012
Where SDM
Authors Dongryeol Lee, Richard W. Vuduc, Alexander G. Gray
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