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Improving OpenCL programmability with the Heterogeneous Programming Library
(Elsevier Science Bv, 2015)
The use of heterogeneous devices is becoming increasingly widespread. Their main drawback is their low programmability due to the large amount of details that must be handled. Another important problem is the reduced code ...
Exploiting heterogeneous parallelism with the Heterogeneous Programming Library
(Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2013)
While recognition of the advantages of heterogeneous computing is steadily growing the issues of programmability and portability hinder its exploitation. The introduction of the OpenCL standard was a major step forward in ...
Developing adaptive multi-device applications with the Heterogeneous Programming Library
The usage of heterogeneous devices presents two main problems. One is their complex programming a problem that grows when multiple devices are used. The second issue is that even if the codes for these devices can be ...
A portable high-productivity approach to program heterogeneous systems
The exploitation of heterogeneous resources is becoming increasingly important for general purpose computing. Unfortunately heterogeneous systems require much more effort to be programmed than the traditional single or ...