Performance Study of Non-blocking Collective Communication Implementations Toward Adaptive Selection

Tsuyoshi Okuma, Takeshi Nanri

Abstract


Non-blocking collective communication is a key technique for enabling overlap of collective communication and computation to achieve higher scalability on large scale parallel computers. There can be many types of implementation methods for non-blocking collective communications. To sufficiently obtain effect of overlap, appropriate method should be chosen. Therefore, it is important to study characteristics of each method. In this paper, we explain a characteristic of each method of implementation and and evaluate the characteristic by performing the experiment using a simple test program. In addition to that, this paper proposes an implementation with lower overhead, and evaluates the performance. 


Keywords


non-blocking collective communication; overlapping communication and computation; large scale parallel computing

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