Implementation of a high-accuracy phase unwrapping algorithm using parallel-hybrid programming approach for displacement sensing using self-mixing interferometry
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Phase unwrapping is an integral part of multiple algorithms with diverse applications. Detailed phase unwrapping is also necessary for achieving high-accuracy metric sensing using laser feedback-based self-mixing interferometry (SMI). Among SMI specific phase unwrapping approaches, a technique called Improved Phase Unwrapping Method (IPUM) provides the highest accuracy. However, due to its complex, sequential, and compute-intensive nature, this method requires a high-performance computing architecture, capable of scalable parallel processing so that such a high-accuracy algorithm can be used for high-bandwidth sensing applications. In this work, the existing sequential IPUM C program is parallelized by using hybrid OpenMP/MPI (Open Multi-Processing/Message Passing Interface) parallel programming models and tested on Barcelona Supercomputing Center Nord-III Supercomputer. The computational performance of the proposed parallel-hybrid IPUM algorithm is compared with existing IPUM sequential code by executing multi-core and uni-core processor architecture, respectively. While comparing the performance of sequential IPUM with the parallel-hybrid IPUM algorithm on 16 nodes of Nord-III supercomputer, the results show that the parallel-hybrid algorithm gets 345.9x times performance improvement as compared to IPUM’s standard, sequential implementation on a single node system. The results show that the parallel-hybrid version of IPUM gives a scalable performance for different target velocities and a different number of processing cores.
CitationHussain, T. [et al.]. Implementation of a high-accuracy phase unwrapping algorithm using parallel-hybrid programming approach for displacement sensing using self-mixing interferometry. "Journal of supercomputing", 8 Febrer 2021, p. 1-10.
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