Center for Computing Research
Modern high performance computing (HPC) nodes have diverse and heterogeneous types of cores and memory. For applications and domain-specific libraries/languages to scale, port, and perform well on these next generation architectures, their on-node algorithms must be re-engineered for thread scalability and performance portability. The Kokkos programming model and C++ library implementation helps HPC applications and domain libraries implement intra-node thread-scalable algorithms that are performance portable across diverse manycore architectures such as multicore CPUs, Intel Xeon Phi, NVIDIA GPU, and AMD GPU.
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