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SESSION LEADER(S):Rishi Khan, Thomas Sterling, Vivek Sarkar
ABSTRACT: Future extreme-scale systems may require aggressive runtime strategies to achieve both high efficiency and high scalability for continued performance advantage through Moore’s Law. Exploitation of runtime information will support dynamic adaptive techniques for superior resource management and task scheduling through introspection for better system utilization and scaling. This BoF brings together runtime system software developers, application programmers, and members of the broader HPC community to discuss the opportunities and challenges of using new runtime system software. This BoF considers how parallelism can be significantly increased, how latency of memory access and system resource access will be hidden, the ways in which critical path overheads may be minimized, and adaptive methods for avoiding hotspots and mitigating energy demands. Presentations will discuss how runtime systems can handle heterogeneity of architectures, memory/network subsystems, energy consumption, and continued execution in the presence of faults. Among systems discussed will be Habanero, ParalleX-HPX, Charm++, and SWARM.
Session Leader Details:
Rishi Khan (Primary Session Leader) - ET International, ET International, Inc.
Thomas Sterling (Secondary Session Leader) - Indiana University
Vivek Sarkar (Secondary Session Leader) - Rice University