Fifteenth Annual Workshop

21 - 22 September 2011
Lexington, Massachusetts

HPEC 2011 Proceedings

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21 September
Welcome
Dr. Marc Bernstein / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Mission Keynote Address
Dr. Mark Maybury / U.S. Air Force
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Technology Keynote Address
Prof. Anant Agarwal / MIT CSAIL
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Opening Remarks
Mr. Robert Bond / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Session 1: Embedded Exascale Processing
Chair : Miriam Leeser / Northeastern University

Auditorium
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Focus 1: Open Systems
Chair : James Lebak / The MathWorks

Room S2-180
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INVITED: PetaBricks: A Language and Compiler Based on Autotuning
Saman Amarasinghe / MIT
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INVITED: HPC Advances in LIDAR E2E Processing
Anthony Galassi / National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
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A Streaming Sensor Challenge Problem for Ubiquitous High Performance Computing
Daniel Campbell, Daniel Cook and Brian Mulvaney / Georgia Tech Research Institute
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INVITED: SEEC: A Self-Aware Computational Model
Henry Hoffmann / MIT
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A Compiler-based Framework for Automatic Extraction of Software Models for Exascale Hardware/Software Co-Design
Damian Dechev and Amruth Dakshinamurthy / Sandia National Laboratories
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INVITED: How Landfills, Web Sites, and iPhones Can Inspire HPEC Software Architecture
Mark Mitchell / Mentor Graphics
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Implementing a Speech Recognition Algorithm with VSIPL++
Brooks Moses, Don McCoy, Justin Voo and Stefan Seefeld / Mentor Graphics
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Poster / Demo A: Research and Applications
Chair: Miriam Leeser / Northeastern University
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Poster / Demo A Précis
Poster A.1 Computing Betweenness Centrality for Small World Networks on a GPU
Pushkar Pande and David Bader / Georgia Institute of Technology
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Poster A.2 Performance of VSIPL Functions and SAR Algorithms on Multiple Generations of Intel Processors
Peter Carlston / Intel Corporation
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Poster A.3 ARM Cortex-A9 Performance in HPEC Applications
Kurt Keville, M. Boyd and C. Della Silva / MIT
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Poster A.4 Implementation of Digital Front End Processing Algorithms with Portability across Multiple Processing Platforms
John Holland, Jeremy Horner, Randy Kuning and David Oeffinger / Northrop Grumman Corporation
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Poster A.5 On-Chip Nonlinear Digital Compensation for RF Receiver
Karen Gettings, Andrew Bolstad, Show-Yah Stuart Chen, Benjamin Miller and Michael Vai / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Poster A.6 Supercomputing with Embedded Efficiency: Electronic Warfare
Bo Marr, Ken Prager, Mark Trainoff and Brian Pierce / Raytheon Company
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Poster A.7 Case Studies Using the Open Compute Language Specification
Brian Sroka / The MITRE Corporation
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Poster A.8 FPGA-based Acceleration of Hyperspectral K-Means Clustering
David Kusinsky / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Miriam Leeser / Northeastern University
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Poster A.9 A Lock-Free Concurrent Hash Table Design for Effective Information Storage and Retrieval on Large Data Sets
Damian Dechev / Sandia National Laboratories
Steven Feldman and Pierre LaBorde / University of Central Florida
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Session 2: Graph and Network Processing
Chair: Daniel Campbell / GTRI

Auditorium
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Focus 2: Secure and Power Efficient Computing
Chair: Martin Herbordt / Boston University

Room S2-180
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IINVITED: Knowledge Discovery Toolbox: Agile Fast Graph Analysis for Embedded Applications
Steve Reinhardt / Microsoft
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INVITED: Anti-Tamper Open System Architecture
Michael Vai / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Scalable Image Graph Matching and Analysis: A top-down framework for image classification, localization, and 3-D geo-registration
Karl Ni, Scott Sawyer, Alex Vasile and Nadya Bliss / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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SIPHER: Scalable Implementation of Primitives for Homomorphic EncRyption - FPGA implementation using Simulink
David Cousins / Raytheon BBN Technologies
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INVITED: Massive Database Analysis on the Cloud with D4M
Jeremy Kepner / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Modular, Scalable Computing for Systems with Tight SWaP Constraints
Michael Bonato, David French, Jason Fritz and
Larry Scally / Colorado Engineering Inc.
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TDM Photonic Interconnection Network Using CMOS-Compatible Multilayer Integration
Robert Hendry, Gilbert Hendry, Aleksandr Biberman and Keren Bergman / Columbia University
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Application Level Optimizations for Energy Efficiency and Thermal Stability
Martin Herbordt, Ashfaquzzaman Khan, Can Hankendi and Ayse Kivilcim Coskun / Boston University
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An FPGA Spectrum Sensing Accelerator for Cognitive Radio
George Eichinger III / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Miriam Leeser and Kaushik Chowdhury / Northeastern University
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INVITED: Spiral: Automatic Generation of Industry Strength Performance Libraries
Franz Franchetti / Carnegie Mellon University
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Closing Remarks
Jeremy Kepner / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Banquet Speaker
Thomas Sterling / Indiana University
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Banquet  
22 September
Announcements
Mr. Robert Bond / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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2012 Prenote
Mr. John Goodhue / Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center
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Session 3: Silicon
Chair: Brian Sroka / The MITRE Corporation

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Focus 3: GPU
Chair: Sharon Sacco / The MITRE Corporation

Room S2-180
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INVITED: Creating Chip Generators for Efficient Computing at Low NRE Design Costs
Ofer Shacham / Stanford University, Chip Genesis Inc.
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INVITED: How do you know your GPU or manycore program is correct?
Miriam Leeser / Northeastern University
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INVITED: The Dark Silicon Implications for Microprocessors
Karu Sankaralingam / University of Wisconsin
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Accelerating Bit Error Rate Simulation in MATLAB with Graphics Processors
James Lebak, Brian Fanous and Nick Moore / The MathWorks
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INVITED: Self-assembled Materials for Computer Architectures
Chris Dwyer / Duke University
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Graphics Processor Clusters for High Speed Backpropagation
Daniel Campbell and Daniel Cook / Georgia Tech Research Institute
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High-Dynamic-Range, Real-Time Architecture for Robust Space-Time Synchronization Algorithm
Vitaliy Gleyzer, Tom Baillio and Adam Margetts / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Optimization of the Earth Mover's Distance Algorithm for a GPU-based Real-Time Multispectral Computer Vision System
Andrew Shaffer / Applied Research Laboratory, Penn State University
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Toward the Embedded Petascale Architecture: The Dual Roles of Middleware and Software Engineering in Future HPEC
Anthony Skjellum / University of Alabama at Birmingham
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Android Application for Language Identification
Pedro Torres-Carrasquillo, Robert Ford and
Joel Acevedo-Aviles / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Poster / Demo B: Technologies and Systems
Chair: Brian Sroka / The MITRE Corporation
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Poster / Demo B Précis
Poster B.1 A 1024-core 70 GFLOP/W Floating Point Manycore Microprocessor
Andreas Olofsson / Adapteva
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Poster B.2 Hardware Based Floating Point Processing
Michael Parker and Colman Cheung / Altera Corporation
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Poster B.3 A Reconfigurable Advanced Tamper Resistant Embedded Processing Platform
Jason Fritz, Michael Bonato, David French and Larry Scally / Colorado Engineering Inc.
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Poster B.4 Optical Interconnects for Computing Applications
Mitchell Fields / Avago Technologies
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Poster B.5 Implementation of 2DFFT Processing and Large Dense Matrix Multiply on the TMS320C6678 Processor
William Lundgren, Kerry Barnes, and James Steed / Gedae, Inc.
Amon Friedmann and Hector Rivera / Texas Instruments
Matteo Shim / Olzetek, Inc.
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Poster B.6 VX Fabric™: PCI-Express Switch Fabric for High Performance Embedded Computing
Robert Negre / Kontron
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Poster B.7 COTS Based High Performance Radar and EW Development Platform
Mikael Taveniku / XCube
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Poster B.8 Data Flow Compilation for Greater Parallelism
Jeff Mason, Dave Bennett, Tom Ace and Arvind Sudarsanam / CPU Technology
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Poster B.9 The TILE-Gx Processor: Enabling HPC through Massive-Scale Manycore
Robert Doud / Tilera
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Poster B.10 Open Architecture and Open Business Model Approach to a High Performance Multi-Level Security Information System
Kent Lindell / General Dynamics AIS
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Session 4: Awards Session
Chair: Jeremy Kepner / MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Auditorium
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INVITED: Future Opportunities for HPEC in the Smart Grid
John Grosh / Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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*Performance Portable Tracking of Evolving Surfaces
Franz Franchetti, Wei Yu, James Hoe and José Moura / Carnegie Melon University
Tsuhan Chen / Cornell University
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*3D Systems with On-Chip DRAM for Enabling Low-Power High-Performance Computing
Ayse Coskun, Jie Meng, and Daniel Rossell / Boston University
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*Application-Specific Logic-in-Memory for Polar Format Synthetic Aperture Radar
Franz Franchetti, Qiuling Zhu, Eric Turner, Christian Berger, and Larry Pileggi / Carnegie Mellon University
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Panel: Will Security Impact Using COTS for HPEC?
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Moderator:

Mr. Craig Lund / Local Knowledge

Distinguished Panelists:
Jay Labhart / GE
Kent Lindell / General Dynamics AIS
Richard Linderman / AFRL
Jeff Mason / CPU Tech
David Sequino / Green Hills
Niraj Srivastava / Raytheon
Michael Vai / MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Closing Remarks / Adjourn

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