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As of 2008, the OpenMP 3.0 standard includes
task support allowing programmers to exploit
irregular parallelism. Although several compilers are providing support for this new feature there has not been extensive investigation into the real possibilities of this extension. Several papers have discussed the programming model itself while other papers have discussed design and implementation on different platforms.
There are also papers demonstrating
performance results using well known kernel
This paper presents an analysis of the
OpenMP tasking model possibilities, using the
IBM XL compiler implementation. Using different parameters such as the number of tasks, task granularity and parallelism pattern, this paper explores how such parameters can affect the average performance and identifies the limits
of the OpenMP tasking model.
CitationTeruel, X. [et al.]. OpenMP tasking analysis for programers. A: IBM Centers for Advanced Studies Conference. "IBM Centers for Advanced Studies Conference CASCON'2009". Ontario: 2009, p. 32-41.
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