Computer Sciences | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing | Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Michael Heroux, Computer Science
The High Performance Conjugate Gradient Benchmark (HPCG) is an international project to create a more appropriate benchmark test for the world's most powerful computers. The current LINPACK benchmark, which is the standard for measuring the performance of the top 500 fastest computers in the world, is moving computers in a direction that is no longer beneficial to many important parallel applications. HPCG is designed to exercise computations and data access patterns more commonly found in applications. The reference version of HPCG exploits only some parallelism available on existing supercomputers and the main focus of this work was to create a performance portable version of HPCG that gives reasonable performance on hybrid architectures.
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