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INTERTWinE: Resource Manager APIs

Xavier Teruel, Vicenç Beltran, Mark Bull, Olivier Aumage and Enrique S. Quintana. INTERTWinE: Resource Manager APIs. Poster in ISC 2017. Frankfurt, GERMANY.

Presenting the Resource Manager through the definition of its different APIs: Offloading, Resource Enforcement, Pause/Resume and Dynamic Resource Sharing.


The Resource Manager framework is composed of four different APIs, divided in two groups. On the one hand, Native/OpenCL Offload and Resource Enforcement (RE) APIs are designed to be directly used by application or library developers. On the other hand, Task Resume/Pause and Dynamic Resource Sharing (DRS) APIs are designed to be used directly by parallel runtimes and communication libraries.

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