We had a great RESCUE-HPC workshop on #Reproducible, #Customizable and #Portable #Workflows for #HPC at SC18 in Dallas with a fantastic keynote by Mike Heroux, active participants and a very informative panel. You can now find slides from this workshop here: http://rescue-hpc.org .

Also, as a follow up, we prepared a prototype of a portable workflow which can automatically detect or install code and data set dependencies, run code, validate results and report discrepancies from the Student Cluster Competition Reproducibility Challenge (SC18): https://github.com/ctuning/ck-scc18/wiki — more to come in 2019!

Happy holidays!

Following the release of new versions of LLVM, TensorFlow and TVM, we’ve added related Collective Knowledge packages:

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and other emerging workloads demand efficient computer systems from the cloud to the edge. Systems designers, however, face numerous challenges from tackling the ever-growing space of design and optimization choices (including algorithms, models, software frameworks, libraries, hardware platforms, optimization techniques) to balancing off multiple…

ReQuEST’18 at ASPLOS’18: 1st workshop/tournament on reproducible SW/HW co-design of Pareto-efficient deep learning

Details: http://cKnowledge.org/request-cfp-asplos2018.html#program

March 24th, 2018 (afternoon), Williamsburg, VA, USA


1) Keynote by Prof. Yiran Chen (Duke University, USA): “The Retrospect and Prospect of Low-Power Image Recognition Challenge (LPIRC)”

2) 5 presentations of image classification algorithms with reproduced…

The first Reproducible Quality-Efficient Systems Tournament (ReQuEST) will debut at ASPLOS’18 ( ACM conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems, which is the premier forum for multidisciplinary systems research spanning computer architecture and hardware, programming languages and compilers, operating systems and networking).

Organized by a consortium of…

Grigori Fursin

I am passionate about bringing innovative technology to the world. That’s why I am developing an open repository of knowledge about deep tech: cKnowledge.io

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