∇-Nabla: Numerical Analysis BAsed LAnguage

∇-Nabla: Numerical Analysis BAsed LAnguage

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∇ Presentation

The ∇ domain-specific language (DSL) provides a productive development way for exascale HPC technologies, flexible enough to be competitive in terms of performances.

This software is a computer program whose purpose is to translate specific numerical-analysis sources and generate optimized code for different targets and architectures.

Latest News

<2015-11-25 Wed> Prototype #151125 released

  • HLT for Arcane & λ
  • Darcy test on λ + CUDA gen
  • λ ℵ (double) reduction
  • λ face2cell face2node connectivity

<2015-11-13 Fri> Prototype #151113 released

  • test/darcy for Arcane (seq & par)

<2015-10-16 Fri> Prototype #151016 released

  • CMake FindHYPRE to fetch sequential libHYPRE.a
  • test/amber get solution vector fix

<2015-10-12 Mon> Prototype #151012 released

  • λ ℵ get result fix

<2015-10-08 Thu> Prototype #151008 released

  • λ backend:
    • ℵ index size fix
    • ℵ NABLA_LAMBDA_ALEPH_DEBUG environment variable
  • –tnl option to output non-labeled dot trees
  • tests: amber, deflex random addon, swirl

<2015-10-18 Sun> PACT15-Tutorial on SW Stacks for NextGen Production Codes

Status

  • <2017-02-27 Mon> SIAM CSE 2017, Atlanta
  • <2017-02-01 Wed> New Legion/Regent backend
  • <2016-11-21 Mon> ∇ update meeting @ LLNL
  • <2016-11-13 Sun> SC16.4CBlackRedTextOutlinescaled.png @ Salt Lake city
  • <2016-05-18 Wed> New RAJA backend
  • <2016-04-12 Tue> SIAM Parallel Processing 2016, Paris
  • <2016-04-08 Fri> New OKINA AVX512 SIMD backend
  • <2016-04-04 Mon> New Kokkos backend
  • <2016-03-14 Mon> Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming (PPoPP16), Barcelona
  • <2015-06-01 Mon> Added ∇'s paper in the Publications section
  • <2015-04-17 Fri> Updated the Publications section with EASC15 slides
  • <2015-03-10 Tue> Updated the Publications section with SIAM CSE15 slides
  • For a brief description of ∇'s features, you can look at the Overview or the Publications sections
  • <2015-02-18 Wed> First prototype #150218 out

camierjs@nabla-lang.org, Jean-Sylvain.Camier@cea.fr