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Mini-Workshop on Preparing for PRACE Exascale systems

Buket Benek Gursoy, Jan Christian Meyer, Jerry Eriksson
2017 Zenodo  
PRACE-5IP WP7 T7.2 organised a mini-workshop on Preparing for PRACE Exascale Systems on June 1, 2017 at the Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ), Germany.  ...  This paper discusses the objectives, talks, and outcomes of the workshop.  ...  Alan Simpson for giving us the opportunity of organising the workshop within the PRACE-5IP WP7 F2F Meeting and T7.1.A task leader Sebastian Lührs for all the technical and logistics support.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2633061 fatcat:6pkepq3evbaibcmz5g7qs7frt4

D7.3: Evaluation of Tools and Techniques for Future Exascale Systems

Venkatesh Kannan, Nawar Akhras
2019 Zenodo  
This deliverable reports on the exploitation of state-of-the-art HPC tools and techniques developed in different European FET-HPC projects and applies them for developing, analysing and optimising the  ...  Within WP7, Task 7.2 'Preparing for PRACE Exascale Systems' looks ahead to future European exascale systems and investigates the tools and techniques that are developed to improve the performance and efficiency  ...  and power efficient HPC platform (http://montblanc-project.eu) • NextGenIO, Next Generation I/O for Exascale (http://www.nextgenio.eu) • SAGE, Percipient StorAGe for Exascale Data Centric Computing (http  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6805996 fatcat:ubpjbapmc5gb7dlpq6eibaignm

D2.5: Updated Stakeholder Management in PRACE 2

Philippe Segers, Jean-Philippe Nominé
2017 Zenodo  
This could be summarised as a global race to Exascale (potentially available at the beginning of next decade).  ...  Recent evolutions of the European ecosystem are taking shape as well, with the three pillars of the European Commission (EC) strategy for High Performance Computing (HPC) – infrastructures, technologies  ...  project is to provide a breakthrough approach to express application self-adaptivity at design-time and to runtime manage and autotune applications for green and heterogenous HPC systems up to the Exascale  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6801678 fatcat:nvhiqdnafjbo7be5det3kphezi

D2.4: Stakeholder Management in PRACE 2.0

Jean-Philippe Nominé, Philippe Segers
2017 Zenodo  
evolutions of the HPC ecosystem, that could be summarised as a global race to Exascale (potentially available at the beginning of next decade), with an accelerating pace (at least for USA, China and Japan  ...  The recent launching of a Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy for Europe, announced by the EC in April 2016, provides a new horizon with an extended and strengthened need and interest for HPC.  ...  Horizon 2020 had a call for proposals titled "Towards exascale high performance computing".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6801676 fatcat:5z7huwaa5vg57go37wtxbkz6iu

Co-Design of Systems and Applications for Exascale (Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop 12212)

Pierre Dillenbourg, Armando Fox, Claude Kirchner, John Mitchell, Martin Wirsing, Arndt Bode, Adolfy Hoisie, Dieter Kranzlmüller, Wolfgang Nagel, Christian Straube
unpublished
Two common approaches are used for expressing parallelism: process-centric such as the Message Passing Interface (MPI) in which the inter-process communication is explicitly expressed, and data-centric  ...  Today, petascale computing is a reality, and the focus has shifted to the next barrier: exascale computing.  ...  The Dagstuhl workshop initiated many discussion and established a basis for further investigations on the way to exascale.  ... 
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Challenges to the deployment of autonomous weapons

Paddy Walker, Lloyd Clark
2019 Zenodo  
There are several drivers to a move from merely automatic weapons to fully autonomous weapons which are able to engage a target based solely upon algorithm-based decision-making.  ...  Such human-out-of-the-loop platforms will be capable of selecting targets and delivering lethality without any human interaction.  ...  requirements of the approach whereby 'an exascale computer, capable of a quintillion calculations per second, scaled up to the size of a human brain, would consume hundreds of megawatts [of power]'. 110  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3689445 fatcat:suxmfofsozfeheeyjm4bo237j4

2016 Jahresbericht Annual Report

Jähnichen Stefan, Raimund Geschäftsführung, Seidel, Meißner Heike, Gesellschafter
unpublished
The organisers would like to express their gratitude to the participants and the Schloss Dagstuhl team for a productive and exciting seminar.  ...  We organizers are all thankful to the participants, who all brought a unique insight to the seminar, which in my humble opinion, succeeded in its aims.  ...  There were 16 talks in total, several related to storage of big data and others on topics such as maximum rank distance codes, chip-to-chip communication, the MDS conjecture, the SAGE computer algebra  ... 
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Dagstuhl Reports, Volume 8, Issue 6, June 2018, Complete Issue [article]

2019
We proceed with another example dataset which would benefit from metadata: jupyter notebooks, for which we envision the following uses: Publish along with research papers to encourage other researchers  ...  We present PASTE, a new networking interface to build networked storage systems on top of it.  ...  Could a reconstruction-error based approach which projects the network onto a low-rank model and determines the probability of incoming edges fitting the model work? b.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.8.6 fatcat:3ssdbne26vbafli4wg4udjocly