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Our customers have already seen a 10x to 20x increase in the speed to deliver new digital solutions, and now with automatic parallelization, their applications are on par with the most sophisticated solutions custom built in traditional programming languages.
In this case, the decoding and the conversion modules should also maintain a pipeline structure, as in CPU-GPU parallelization.
So, let's see how your AI systems take advantage of this functional parallelization.
This article presents experimental results on the parallelization of a particular algorithm for the AI problem of plan recognition, namely the engine for lexicalized intent recognition (ELEXIR) system (Geib 2009, Geib and Goldman 2011).
It is obvious that a larger ratio between internal and external edges for all pseudo-cliques of an covered graph involves a smaller number of communication processes -relative to equations system's size- and that is better for parallelization.
The developed code is written with a lot effort put in the optimization and the parallelization thus it can be used for treatment of more complex situations.
He concludes by discussing the challenges of both his two types of method triangulation (data generation triangulation and data analysis triangulation) and his three types of method parallelization (multivariate designs, research programs, and causal processes).
All previous uses of MapReduce with EAs required a MapReduce process to be restarted once for each generation, in other words they used the global parallelization of EAs.
This problem is more significant in very large databases, making it relevant to study efficient ways of parallelization.
Taking a lesson from switching technology, BlueArc's Titan SiliconServer is a modular bladed server that incorporates a high-speed backplane and offers massive parallelization through the use of solid-state Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA).
Post notes the exponential growth in processor speed and the advent of massive parallelization, resulting in increased computing power by thirteen orders of magnitude since 1945, but comments "However, the complicated architectures of these new platforms have made programming more difficult" and "Furthermore, much of the improved predictive power has been achieved by increasing the complexity of the application models and algorithms.
The parallelization allows for simulations of greater size and complexity and is accomplished with a parallel link-cell spatial (domain) decomposition using MPI.