Initial dissemination of call for papers: June 13, 2022. (AOE)
Paper submissions deadline: August 22, 2022. (AOE)
Notification of Acceptance: September 9, 2022.
Camera-ready Papers: September 28, 2022.
Workshop: November 14, 2022.
The RSDHA 2022 workshop is scheduled to take place on November 14, 2022 and will be held at Dallas, TX, USA, in conjunction with SC'22.
"Scalable computing" has governed another dimension. Contrary to the traditional definition, which is often proportional to the total number of nodes or transistors working collaboratively to compute a given workload, the newly rising dimension rather scales with the number of different type of processors sharing the computational load. The far end of this dimension is often utilized in energy and latency sensitive environments (e.g. mobile, autonomous and edge computing) where heterogeneity excels most. For example, a state-of-the-art mobile processor such as Apple's A11 series embeds more than 40 specialized IP blocks to pack a very high OPs/Watt ratio in a pocket-portable form factor. On the other hand, node uniformity and processor homogeneity still remain a common trend in high performance computing (HPC) and data center environments, due to simplicity they provide in terms of programmability and scalability.
The proposed workshop targets to investigate an un-explored region of the two-dimensional space of traditional node-based (i.e., horizontal) and heterogeneity-based (i.e., vertical) scaling. Nodes in distributed machines are expected to gradually employ a more diverse set of accelerators to accommodate the increasing computational and power demands of rapidly evolving scientific, machine-learning and data-center workloads. In achieving this goal, there are many lessons to be learned from today's system-on-chips (SoC), such as Apple's M1 and A1X Bionic, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon series, as they already successfully solved aforementioned challenges in the micro-scale. On the other hand, mobile and autonomous platforms embedding these heterogeneous SoCs are becoming more connected to each other (e.g., swarm-computing) and to the cloud (e.g., edge-computing). The techniques used in traditional scaling for HPC could be adopted to overcome the connectivity challenges and enable distributed processing for such systems.
In summary, the proposed workshop seeks answers for two primary questions:
RSDHA 2022 is in cooperation with and held in conjunction with SC22: The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis.
The workshop will categorize the panelist expertise and paper submissions under two primary tracks:
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