Multigrain parallel processing on compiler cooperative OSCAR chip multiprocessor architecture

Keiji Kimura, Takeshi Kodaka, Motoki Obata, Hironori Kasahara

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Abstract

This paper describes multigrain parallel processing on OSCAR (Optimally SCheduled Advanced multiprocessoR) chip multiprocessor architecture. OSCAR compiler cooperative chip multiprocessor architecture aims at development of scalable, high effective performance and cost effective chip multiprocessor with ease of use by compiler supports. OSCAR chip multiprocessor architecture integrates simple single issue processors having distributed shared data memory for optimal use of data locality over different loops and fine grain data transfer and synchronization, local data memory for private data recognized by compiler, and compiler controllable data transfer unit for over-lapping data transfer to hide data transfer overhead. This OSCAR chip multiprocessor and OSCAR multigrain parallelizing compiler have been developed simultaneously. Performance of multigrain parallel processing on OSCAR chip multiprocessor architecture is evaluated using SPEC fp 2000/95 benchmark suite. When microSPARC like single issue core is used, OSCAR chip multiprocessor architecture gives us 2.36 times speedup in fpppp, 2.64 times in su2cor, 2.88 times in turb3d, 2.98 times in hydro2d, 3.84 times in tomcatv, 3.84 times in mgrid and 3.97 times in swim respectively for four processors against single processor.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)570-579
Number of pages10
JournalIEICE Transactions on Electronics
VolumeE86-C
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Apr

Keywords

  • Chip multiprocessor
  • Multigrain parallel processing
  • Parallelizing compiler

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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