This talk explores how the runtime system and operating system can leverage metrics that express the significance and resilience of application components in order to reduce the energy footprint of parallel applications. We will explore in particular how software can tolerate and indeed exploit higher error rates in future processors and memory technologies that may operate outside their safe margins.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||First International Workshop on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing - Frankfurt, Germany|
Duration: 01 Mar 2016 → 30 Jun 2016
|Conference||First International Workshop on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing|
|Period||01/03/2016 → 30/06/2016|
Nikolopoulos, D. (2016). Using Computational Significance and Resilience in System Software Stacks. Keynote Talk. First International Workshop on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing, Frankfurt, Germany.