Workshop: Eighth International Workshop on Heterogeneous High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (H2RC 2022)
Authors: Stephen Neuendorffer (Xilinx Inc)
Abstract: With the slowing of CMOS technology scaling trends and the continued growth of compute requirements for applications like 5G wireless and machine learning, there has been a widespread emphasis on new accelerator architectures emphasizing heterogeneity. However, programming heterogeneous devices can be challenging, requiring heterogenous design tools supporting multiple levels of abstraction. This talk will discuss how MLIR, a new compiler infrastructure which directly supports multiple levels of abstraction, can enable these new design tools to support next generation heterogeneous systems.
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