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Streaming-Enabled Parallel Dataflow Architecture for Multicore Systems

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Streaming-Enabled Parallel Dataflow Architecture for Multicore Systems
We propose a new framework design for exploiting multi-core architectures in the context of visualization dataflow systems. Recent hardware advancements have greatly increased the levels of parallelism available with all indications showing this trend will continue in the future. Existing visualization dataflow systems have attempted to take advantage of these new resources, though they still have a number of limitations when deployed on shared memory multi-core architectures. Ideally, visualization systems should be built on top of a parallel dataflow scheme that can optimally utilize CPUs and assign resources adaptively to pipeline elements. We propose the design of a flexible dataflow architecture aimed at addressing many of the shortcomings of existing systems including a unified execution model for both demand-driven and event-driven models; a resource scheduler that can automatically make decisions on how to allocate computing resources; and support for more general streaming da...
Huy T. Vo, Daniel K. Osmari, Brian Summa, Jo&atild
Added 09 Dec 2010
Updated 09 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CGF
Authors Huy T. Vo, Daniel K. Osmari, Brian Summa, João Luiz Dihl Comba, Valerio Pascucci, Cláudio T. Silva
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