Developing Scientific Software for Low-power System-on-Chip Processors: Optimising for Energy
Energy consumption has been identified as the major bottleneck in the push to increase the scale of current High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. Consequently there has been an increased effort to investigate the suitability of low-power hardware for HPC. Low-power system-on-chips (LPSoCs), which are widely used in a mobile and embedded context, typically integrate multicore Central Processing Units (CPUs) and accelerators on a single chip, offering high floating point capabilities while...[Show more]
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