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MIT develops multicore programming language

8/9/2012 06:31 PM EDT
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Kevin Neilson
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Kevin Neilson   8/14/2012 3:33:21 AM
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No, but you could certainly add to the dozens of companies that speciously claim to be able to do this.

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MeirG   8/11/2012 9:42:18 AM
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Can this be ported to an FPGA (and I am not referring to a multiple processor cores in the FPGA, actual hardware, including Multiply-Accumulate, "MAC" units?)

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MikeSB   8/10/2012 9:31:50 AM
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Here's the actual research page http://people.csail.mit.edu/jrk/halide12/

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prabhakar_deosthali   8/10/2012 7:27:34 AM
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Yes. That looks to be a "wording" error. But this is something radically different from the conventional approaches to handle multi-core programming. can the similar strategy be applied to control system algorithms say in the robotics domain where a lot of mathematics is involved in the interpolation algorithms

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suntan   8/9/2012 8:10:48 PM
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"Halide program was actually longer than the original but the speedup was 70-fold" ? that is 2**70 times faster. Please get your math right.

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