This page contains slides for Rich Vuduc's talk at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on September 16, 2016.

Many thanks to Professor Peter Pirkelbauer for hosting! Your public critiques (and praise) are welcome: @hpcgarage

- [PDF slides (~ 38 MiB)] “How much (execution) time, energy, and power does my algorithm need?”

This work is generously supported in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation (Award 1422935), among other earlier grants.

Links to some of the key papers referenced in this talk:

- J. Choi, D. Bedard, R. Fowler, R. Vuduc. “A roofline model of energy.” In
*IPDPS'13*. - K. Czechowski, R. Vuduc. “A theoretical framework for algorithm-architecture co-design.” In
*IPDPS'13*. - J. Choi, X. Liu, M. Dukhan, R. Vuduc. “Algorithmic time, energy, and power on candidate HPC building blocks.” In
*IPDPS'14*. - K. Czechowski et al. “Improving the energy efficiency of big cores. In
*ISCA'14*. - O. Green, M. Dukhan, R. Vuduc. “Branch-avoiding graph algorithms.” In
*SPAA'15*. - A. Davidson, S. Baxter, M. Garland, J. Owens. “Work-efficient parallel GPU methods for single-source shortest paths.” In
*IPDPS'14*. - J. Choi, R. Vuduc. “Analyzing the energy-efficiency of the fast multipole method using a DVFS-aware energy model.” Heterogeneous Computing Workshop, 2016 (to appear).