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Thursday, March 6 • 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Poster: Accelerating an iterative Helmholtz solver with FPGAs, Art Petrenko, University of British Columbia

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We implement the Kaczmarz row-projection algorithm (Kaczmarz (1937)) on a CPU host + FPGA accelerator platform using techniques of dataflow programming. This algorithm is then used as the preconditioning step in CGMN, a modified version of the conjugate gradients method (Björck and Elfving (1979)) that we use to solve the time-harmonic acoustic isotropic constant-density wave equation. Using one accelerator we speed-up the solution of the wave equation for one source by 2× compared with one Intel core.

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Art Petrenko

Graduate Student, University of British Columbia
I am currently developing an implementation of an algorithm for iteratively solving large systems of linear equations using a reconfigurable computing platform. The purpose is to model propagation of seismic waves in the frequency domain as part of full-waveform inversion. The platform consists of a CPU connected to an FPGA accelerator and uses the paradigm of dataflow programming. | | My poster at the 2014 Rice O&G HPC Workshop is titled... Read More →

Thursday March 6, 2014 4:30pm - 6:30pm
BRC Exhibit Hall Rice University 6500 Main Street at University, Houston, TX 77030

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