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ABSTRACT: The 2011 HPC Challenge Awards is a competition with awards in two classes:
Class 1: Best Performance awards the best run submitted to the HPC
Challenge website. The winners in four categories are
announced: HPL, Global-RandomAccess, EP-STREAM-Triad per system, and
Class 2: Most Elegant awards an implementation of three or more
of the HPC Challenge benchmarks with special emphasis put on: HPL,
Global-RandomAccess, STREAM-Triad and Global-FFT. This award would be
weighted 50% on performance and 50% on code elegance/clarity/size. In
addition, we allow presentation of additional codes that are critical to scientific
Competition in Class 1 offers a rich view of contemporary supercomputers as they compete for supremacy not just in one category but in four.
Class 2, on the other hand, offers a glimpse into high end programming technologies and the effectiveness of their implementation. The audience will have a chance to look at new programming environments.
Session Leader Details:
Piotr Luszczek (Primary Session Leader) - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Jeremy Kepner (Secondary Session Leader) - MIT Lincoln Laboratory