3 years ago

MeterPU: a generic measurement abstraction API

Lu Li, Christoph Kessler


We present MeterPU, an easy-to-use, generic and low-overhead abstraction API for taking measurements of various metrics (time, energy) on different hardware components (e.g., CPU, DRAM, GPU) in a heterogeneous computer system, using pluggable platform-specific measurement implementations behind a common interface in C++. We show that with MeterPU, not only legacy (time) optimization frameworks, such as autotuned skeleton back-end selection, can be easily retargeted for energy optimization, but also switching between measurement metrics or techniques for arbitrary code sections now becomes trivial. We apply MeterPU to implement the first energy-tunable skeleton programming framework, based on the SkePU skeleton programming library.

Publisher URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11227-016-1792-x

DOI: 10.1007/s11227-016-1792-x

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