|Task-Based Polar Decomposition Using SLATE on Massively Parallel Systems with Hardware Accelerators
|Year of Publication
|Sukkari, D., M. Gates, M. Al Farhan, H. Anzt, and J. Dongarra
|SC-W '23: Proceedings of the SC '23 Workshops of The International Conference on High Performance Computing, Network, Storage, and Analysis
We investigate a new task-based implementation of the polar decomposition on massively parallel systems augmented with multiple GPUs using SLATE. We implement the iterative QR Dynamically-Weighted Halley (QDWH) algorithm, whose building blocks mainly consist of compute-bound matrix operations, allowing for high levels of parallelism to be exploited on various hardware architectures, such as NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel GPU-based systems. To achieve both performance and portability, we implement our QDWH-based polar decomposition in the SLATE library, which uses efficient techniques in dense linear algebra, such as 2D block cyclic data distribution and communication-avoiding algorithms, as well as modern parallel programming approaches, such as dynamic scheduling and communication overlapping, and uses OpenMP tasks to track data dependencies.
We report numerical accuracy and performance results. The benchmarking campaign reveals up to an 18-fold performance speedup of the GPU accelerated implementation compared to the existing state-of-the-art implementation for the polar decomposition.
Task-Based Polar Decomposition Using SLATE on Massively Parallel Systems with Hardware Accelerators
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