Publication detail

Performance of parallel algorithms using OpenMP

MEGO, R. FRÝZA, T.

Original Title

Performance of parallel algorithms using OpenMP

Czech Title

Performance of parallel algorithms using OpenMP

English Title

Performance of parallel algorithms using OpenMP

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper describes tests performed by parallel signal processing algorithms on Texas Instruments 8-core digital signal processor and Intel Core i7. Tests reveal how the change of number of threads and size of input data influences the performance compared with sequential code. The result of the test is that the relative speedup is highly dependent on type of the algorithm and the amount of processed data.

Czech abstract

This paper describes tests performed by parallel signal processing algorithms on Texas Instruments 8-core digital signal processor and Intel Core i7. Tests reveal how the change of number of threads and size of input data influences the performance compared with sequential code. The result of the test is that the relative speedup is highly dependent on type of the algorithm and the amount of processed data.

English abstract

This paper describes tests performed by parallel signal processing algorithms on Texas Instruments 8-core digital signal processor and Intel Core i7. Tests reveal how the change of number of threads and size of input data influences the performance compared with sequential code. The result of the test is that the relative speedup is highly dependent on type of the algorithm and the amount of processed data.

Keywords

digital signal processing, OpenMP, parallel, TMS320C6678, Intel Core i7, FIR, DFT, FFT

RIV year

2013

Released

16.04.2013

ISBN

978-1-4673-5517-9

Book

Microwave and Radio Electronics Week MAREW 2013

Pages from

236

Pages to

239

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT100811,
  author="Roman {Mego} and Tomáš {Frýza}",
  title="Performance of parallel algorithms using OpenMP",
  annote="This paper describes tests performed by parallel signal processing algorithms on Texas Instruments 8-core digital signal processor and Intel Core i7. Tests reveal how the change of number of threads and size of input data influences the performance compared with sequential code. The result of the test is that the relative speedup is highly dependent on type of the algorithm and the amount of processed data.",
  booktitle="Microwave and Radio Electronics Week MAREW 2013",
  chapter="100811",
  doi="10.1109/RadioElek.2013.6530923",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="april",
  pages="236--239",
  type="conference paper"
}