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High Speed Document Clustering in Reconfigurable Hardware

G. Covington, Charles Comstock, Andrew Levine, John Lockwood, Young Cho
2006 2006 International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications  
A full hardware implementation of the K-means clustering algorithm has been designed and implemented in reconfigurable hardware that clusters 512k documents rapidly.  ...  High-performance document clustering systems enable similar documents to be automatically organized into groups.  ...  CONCLUSION A high speed, parallel clustering algorithm has been designed and implemented.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fpl.2006.311245 dblp:conf/fpl/CovingtonCLLC06 fatcat:jxtdkaz3knbaxlqneg6lao3pue

A Middleware Management System With Supporting Holonic Modules For Reconfigurable Management System

Roscoe McLean, Jared Padayachee, Glen Bright
2015 Zenodo  
There is currently a gap in the technology covering the rapid establishment of control after a reconfiguration in a Reconfigurable Manufacturing System.  ...  In this paper, a thin, hardware-supported Middleware Management System (MMS) is proposed and its design and implementation are discussed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Authors would like to thank Technological Innovation Agency (TIA) in South Africa who provided the funding for this research.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1108409 fatcat:lbny33eli5b5ff34xa6lyloqxi

Streaming Hierarchical Clustering for Concept Mining

Moshe Looks, Andrew Levine, G. Adam Covington, Ronald P. Loui, John W. Lockwood, Young H. Cho
2007 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference  
To allow this function to happen at high speed, we have implemented a system that hierarchically clusters streaming content.  ...  The method, streaming hierarchical partitioning, is designed to be implemented in hardware and handle extremely high ingestion rates.  ...  "evolutionary clustering", or "AI in hardware".  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2007.352792 fatcat:yz4qxtsjn5fzfgdogfzoko4yrq

Hierarchical Clustering using Reconfigurable Devices

Shobana Padmanabhan, Moshe Looks, Dan Legorreta, Young Cho, John Lockwood
2006 2006 14th Annual IEEE Symposium on Field-Programmable Custom Computing Machines  
That is, documents are points in a high-dimensional space where each dimension corresponds to the frequency/occurrence of one or more words in the document.  ...  Non-hierarchical k-means algorithms have been implemented in hardware, most frequently for image clustering. Here, we focus on hierarchical clustering of text documents based on document similarity.  ...  That is, documents are points in a high-dimensional space where each dimension corresponds to the frequency/occurrence of one or more words in the document.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fccm.2006.49 dblp:conf/fccm/PadmanabhanLLCL06 fatcat:46lljfkwnzafnpbsp3iqj66npm

Software Radio Reconfigurable Hardware System (SHaRe) [chapter]

Xavier Revés, Antoni Gelonch, Ferran Casadevall, José L. García
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Here we present a hardware platform with self reconfiguration abilities depending on system demand.  ...  The reconfiguration can be partial or complete within a short time to cope with the current application.  ...  Conclusions Partially reconfigurable platforms with high processing capabilities can help supporting many standards and applications by reusing the same hardware.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44614-1_36 fatcat:pb3klbeirrfarnaxkyjlw5k7nq

Hadoop Extensions for Distributed Computing on Reconfigurable Active SSD Clusters

Abdulrahman Kaitoua, Hazem Hajj, Mazen A. R. Saghir, Hassan Artail, Haitham Akkary, Mariette Awad, Mageda Sharafeddine, Khaleel Mershad
2014 ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO)  
In this article, we propose new extensions to Hadoop to enable clusters of reconfigurable active solid-state drives (RASSDs) to process streaming data from SSDs using FPGAs.  ...  Our results show that for a hardware acceleration factor of 20×, compute-intensive workloads processing 153MB of data can run up to 11× faster than a standard Hadoop cluster.  ...  Our results show the significant impact hardware accelerators have in reducing cluster centroid compute times.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2608199 fatcat:xlfenftdlndwlaqandq35bcehu

Field Programmable Gate Array Applications—A Scientometric Review

Juan Ruiz-Rosero, Gustavo Ramirez-Gonzalez, Rahul Khanna
2019 Computation  
Scientific publications related to FPGA started in 1992 and, up to now, we found more than 70,000 documents in the two leading scientific databases (Scopus and Clarivative Web of Science).  ...  This paper reviews the top FPGAs' applications by a scientometric analysis in ScientoPy, covering publications related to FPGAs from 1992 to 2018.  ...  These digital control techniques were implemented in FPGAs due the high speed response that a hardware digital control FPGA-based implementation can achieve and its reconfiguration capability, allowing  ... 
doi:10.3390/computation7040063 fatcat:wxtatzsvvnfopghdfl25hcfc2a

Giving Text Analytics a Boost

Raphael Polig, Kubilay Atasu, Laura Chiticariu, Christoph Hagleitner, H. Peter Hofstee, Frederick R. Reiss, Huaiyu Zhu, Eva Sitaridi
2014 IEEE Micro  
We show that by using a streaming hardware accelerator implemented in reconfigurable logic, the throughput rates of the SystemT's information extraction queries can be improved by an order of magnitude  ...  However, traditional server architectures are not capable of analyzing the so-called "Big Data" in an efficient way, despite the high memory bandwidth that is available.  ...  The speed-up results reported in this paper can be further improved by including support for additional relational operators in our hardware compiler.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.2014.69 fatcat:htqz25kpz5etdktyni7xagcyqy

A Survey of FPGAs for Acceleration of High Performance Computing and their Application to Computational Molecular Biology

Tirath Ramdas, Greg Egan
2005 TENCON 2005 - 2005 IEEE Region 10 Conference  
Similarly, CCMs may be used to accelerate workflows or operations in a wide range of domains, often dramatically outperforming large scale clusters.  ...  With continued development of tools, devices, and integration solutions, CCMs on FPGAs coupled to conventional systems present an effective architecture for high performance computing.  ...  , for example in a commodity cluster.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tencon.2005.300963 fatcat:hinufcyrpfd47p45pugdzm2bay

A reconfigurable fabric for accelerating large-scale datacenter services

Andrew Putnam, Adrian M. Caulfield, Eric S. Chung, Derek Chiou, Kypros Constantinides, John Demme, Hadi Esmaeilzadeh, Jeremy Fowers, Gopi Prashanth Gopal, Jan Gray, Michael Haselman, Scott Hauck (+11 others)
2014 2014 ACM/IEEE 41st International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA)  
, power, and resilience of the system when ranking candidate documents.  ...  Under high load, the largescale reconfigurable fabric improves the ranking throughput of each server by a factor of 95% for a fixed latency distributionor, while maintaining equivalent throughput, reduces  ...  Acknowledgments Many people across many organizations contributed to the construction of this system, and while they are too numerous to list here individually, we thank our collaborators in Microsoft  ... 
doi:10.1109/isca.2014.6853195 dblp:conf/isca/PutnamCCCCDEFGGHHHHKLLPPSTXB14 fatcat:mq75web33vbzjp3qyovjq32hju

A reconfigurable fabric for accelerating large-scale datacenter services

Andrew Putnam, Jan Gray, Michael Haselman, Scott Hauck, Stephen Heil, Amir Hormati, Joo-Young Kim, Sitaram Lanka, James Larus, Eric Peterson, Simon Pope, Adrian M. Caulfield (+11 others)
2016 Communications of the ACM  
, power, and resilience of the system when ranking candidate documents.  ...  Under high load, the largescale reconfigurable fabric improves the ranking throughput of each server by a factor of 95% for a fixed latency distributionor, while maintaining equivalent throughput, reduces  ...  Acknowledgments Many people across many organizations contributed to the construction of this system, and while they are too numerous to list here individually, we thank our collaborators in Microsoft  ... 
doi:10.1145/2996868 fatcat:5hqxeegad5gibgct66bb7ebgw4

A Reconfigurable Fabric for Accelerating Large-Scale Datacenter Services

Andrew Putnam, Adrian M. Caulfield, Eric S. Chung, Derek Chiou, Kypros Constantinides, John Demme, Hadi Esmaeilzadeh, Jeremy Fowers, Gopi Prashanth Gopal, Jan Gray, Michael Haselman, Scott Hauck (+11 others)
2015 IEEE Micro  
, power, and resilience of the system when ranking candidate documents.  ...  Under high load, the largescale reconfigurable fabric improves the ranking throughput of each server by a factor of 95% for a fixed latency distributionor, while maintaining equivalent throughput, reduces  ...  Acknowledgments Many people across many organizations contributed to the construction of this system, and while they are too numerous to list here individually, we thank our collaborators in Microsoft  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.2015.42 fatcat:5ywjh7qpljgm7cvkqwudzqhjky

A reconfigurable fabric for accelerating large-scale datacenter services

Andrew Putnam, Gopal Jan, Gray Michael, Haselman Scott Hauck, Stephen Heil, Amir Hormati, Joo-Young Kim, Sitaram Lanka, James Larus, Eric Peterson, Simon Pope, Adrian M. Caulfield (+11 others)
2014 SIGARCH Computer Architecture News  
, power, and resilience of the system when ranking candidate documents.  ...  Under high load, the largescale reconfigurable fabric improves the ranking throughput of each server by a factor of 95% for a fixed latency distributionor, while maintaining equivalent throughput, reduces  ...  Acknowledgments Many people across many organizations contributed to the construction of this system, and while they are too numerous to list here individually, we thank our collaborators in Microsoft  ... 
doi:10.1145/2678373.2665678 fatcat:zc3hc7ijbjdmxi4qfegrzpyfy4

Cost effectiveness of an adaptable computing cluster

Keith D. Underwood, Ron R. Sass, Walter B. Ligon
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM) - Supercomputing '01  
This paper presents the cost implications of an architectural extension that adds reconfigurable computing to the network interface of Beowulf clusters.  ...  What Beowulf clusters lack in technology, they more than make up for with their significant cost advantage over traditional supercomputers.  ...  Similarly, research at CMU explored hardware to augment ATM card to boost distributed programming speeds with a Hardware Assisted Remote Put (HARP) [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/582034.582088 dblp:conf/sc/UnderwoodSL01 fatcat:pn5lgbkakrhlplldvkrzswtn7y

Portable library development for reconfigurable computing systems: A case study

Proshanta Saha, Esam El-Araby, Miaoqing Huang, Mohamed Taher, Sergio Lopez-Buedo, Tarek El-Ghazawi, Chang Shu, Kris Gaj, Alan Michalski, Duncan Buell
2008 Parallel Computing  
RCLib portability has been verified in three major High-Performance reconfigurable computing architectures: SRC6, Cray XD1 and SGI RC100.  ...  Hardware design methodologies a b s t r a c t Portable libraries of highly-optimized hardware cores can significantly reduce the development time of reconfigurable computing applications.  ...  We would also like to thank Dan Poznanovic and Paul Gage of SRC Computers for their tireless efforts in integrating the necessary components to allow for end user library development and deployment in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.parco.2008.03.005 fatcat:crqdqrnhhfe7dhq7timp7eqzne
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