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## Revision as of 00:57, 16 April 2011

A vision of heterogeneous computer systems that incorporate diverse

accelerators and automatically select the best computational unit for

a particular task is widely shared amongresearchers and many industry

analysts; however, there are no agreed-upon benchmarks to support the

research needed in the development of such a platform. There are many

suites for parallel computing on general-purpose CPU architectures,

but accelerators fall into a gap that is not covered by current benchmark

suites or benchmark development.

### The Rodinia Benchmark Suite

Rodinia is designed for heterogeneous computing infrastructures, and,

using OpenMP and CUDA, targets both GPUs and multicore CPUs.

The suite currently consists of 6 applications and 7 kernels. They have

been parallelized with OpenMP for multicore CPUs and with CUDA for

GPUs. We have been preparing for the OpenCL release.

Current Rodinia applications:

Applications | Dwarves | Domains |
---|---|---|

Leukocyte* | Structured Grid | Medical Imaging |

Heart Wall* | Structured Grid | Medical Imaging |

MUMmerGPU | Graph Traversal | Bioinformatics |

CFD Solver | Unstructured Grid | Fluid Dynamics |

LU Decomposition* | Dense Linear Algebra | Linear Algebra |

HotSpot | Structured Grid | Physics Simulation |

Back Propagation | Unstructured Grid | Pattern Recognition |

Needleman-Wunsch | Dynamic Programming | Bioinformatics |

Kmeans | Dense Linear Algebra | Data Mining |

Breadth-First Search | Graph Traversal | Graph Algorithms |

SRAD | Structured Grid | Image Processing |

Streamcluster | Dense Linear Algebra | Data Mining |

Particle Filter | Structured Grid | Medical Imaging |

Other applications (some with CUDA only):

Applications | Dwarves | Domains |
---|---|---|

SQL Database | Map Reduce | Relational Database |

Nearest Neighbor | Dense Linear Algebra | Data Mining |

Gaussian Elimination | Dense Linear Algebra | Linear Algebra |

Cell | Structured Grid | Cellular Automation |

PathFinder | Dynamic Programming | Grid Traversal |

Hybrid Sort | Sorting | Sorting Algorithms |

Myocyte* | Structured Grid | Biological Simulation |

New Rodinia applications coming soon:

Applications | Dwarves | Domains |
---|---|---|

LavaMD* | Structured Grid | Molecular Dynamics |

The applications(*) are relatively hard for compilers to analyze and

generate efficient GPU codes.

### Application Download

Please read the license file.

Also, if your use of Rodinia results in a publication, please cite:

S. Che, M. Boyer, J. Meng, D. Tarjan, J. W. Sheaffer, S.-H. Lee, and

K. Skadron. Rodinia: A Benchmark Suite for Heterogeneous Computing.

In Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Workload

Characterization (IISWC), pp. 44-54, Oct. 2009.(pdf)

* This work is supported by NSF grant nos. IIS-0612049, CNS-0916908 and CNS-0615277, a grant from the SRC under task no. 1607, and grants from NVIDIA Research and NEC labs. *