SnuRHAC is an open-source framework that provides an illusion of a single GPU for multiple GPUs in a cluster. SnuRHAC automatically distributes workload and manages data across the nodes. It exploits several optimization techniques such as prefetching to maximize the performance. SnuRHAC aims to achieve both ease-of-programming and performance for GPU programming.
SnuRHAC consists of three components: a memory access pattern analyzer (MAPA), a linux kernel module (SnuRHAC-Driver), and a runtime system (SnuRHAC-Runtime).
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