• Hardware-Assisted Thread and Data Mapping in Hierarchical Multicore Architectures 

    Cruz, Eduardo H.M.; Diener, Matthias; Pilla, Laércio L.; Navaux, Philippe O.A. (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2016-09-06)
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    The performance and energy efficiency of modern architectures depend on memory locality, which can be improved by thread and data mappings considering the memory access behavior of parallel applications. In this article, ...
  • Leveraging Cloud Heterogeneity for Cost-Efficient Execution of Parallel Applications 

    Roloff, Eduardo; Diener, Matthias; Diaz Carreño, Emmanuell; Gaspary, Luciano Paschoal; Navaux, Philippe O.A. (Springer, 2017-08-01)
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    Public cloud providers offer a wide range of instance types, with different processing and interconnection speeds, as well as varying prices. Furthermore, the tasks of many parallel applications show different computational ...
  • Performance Evaluation of Multiple Cloud Data Centers Allocations for HPC 

    Roloff, Eduardo; Carreño, Emmanuell D.; Valverde-Sanchez, Jimmy K.M.; Diener, Matthias; Serpa, Matheus da Silva; Houzeaux, Guillaume; Schnorr, Lucas M.; Maillard, Nicolas; Gaspary, Luciano P.; Navaux, Philippe (Springer International Publishing, 2017-04-29)
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    This paper evaluates the behavior of the Microsoft Azure G5 cloud instance type over multiple Data Centers. The purpose is to identify if there are major differences between them and to help the users choose the best option ...
  • Strategies to Improve the Performance of a Geophysics Model for Different Manycore Systems 

    Serpa, Matheus S.; Cruz, Eduardo H.M.; Diener, Matthias; Krause, Arthur M.; Navaux, Philippe O.A.; Farrés, Albert; Rosas, Claudia; Hanzich, Mauricio; Panetta, Jairo (IEEE, 2017-11-16)
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    Many software mechanisms for geophysics exploration in Oil & Gas industries are based on wave propagation simulation. To perform such simulations, state-of-art HPC architectures are employed, generating results faster and ...