Parallel and Scalable Deep Learning Algorithms for High Performance Computing Architectures

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Volume-69 Issue-4
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Sunil Pandey, Naresh Kumar Nagwani, Shrish Verma
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I4P232


MLA Style: Sunil Pandey, Naresh Kumar Nagwani, Shrish Verma "Parallel and Scalable Deep Learning Algorithms for High Performance Computing Architectures" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.4(2021):236-246. 

APA Style:Sunil Pandey, Naresh Kumar Nagwani, Shrish Verma. Parallel and Scalable Deep Learning Algorithms for High Performance Computing Architectures  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(4),236-246.

This paper elucidates the state-of-the-art design of parallel and scalable deep learning algorithms for high-performance computing (HPC) architectures. The paper starts with an application-focused introduction to deep learning. The HPC architectures discussed next include multicore processors and multi systems, which are representatives of the shared and distributed parallel programming paradigms, respectively. Followed by this is a discussion of the computational challenges inherent in deep learning. A review of research in deep learning and HPC has been carried out, and a short summary in the tabular form was provided. Open research directions in the field have been highlighted. Key steps in the deep learning algorithm development process for HPC are then discussed, followed by the possible outcomes. One section each has been dedicated to convolutional neural networks and the high-performance computing environment. The materials and methods used in a computational experiment in deep parallel learning have been described next. The experiment involves the design and development of a parallel algorithm and program for compute-intensive deep learning primitive and its performance testing. The results and the performance of the deep learning parallel program have been discussed. The paper ends with the concluding remarks in the conclusions.

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Parallel, Scalable, High Performance Computing, Multicore, Compute Cluster, Shared Parallel, Distributed Parallel, Deep Learning Algorithms.