Estrategias computacionales para la implementación de modelado elástico 2D sobre GPU

Palabras clave: CPML, CUDA, Modelado de onda elástico, GPU, HPC

Resumen

El modelado de onda elástico presenta un reto de implementación debido a que es un procedimiento computacionalmente costoso. En la actualidad, debido al incremento en la potencia en GPU junto con el desarrollo de la computación HPC, es posible ejecutar modelado elástico con mejores tiempos de ejecución y uso de memoria. Este estudio evalúa el desempeño de 2 estrategias para implementar modelado elástico usando diferentes diseños para ejecución de kernel, estrategias de asignación de memoria para el cálculo de CPML y administración del almacenamiento del campo de onda. Las mediciones de desempeño muestran que el algoritmo que incluye diseño de ejecución de kernel 2D, la estrategia de memoria reducida CPML y el almacenamiento en memoria global de GPU del campo de onda alcanza un máximo de 88.4% mejor tiempo de ejecución y utiliza un 13.3 veces menos memoria para obtener los mismos resultados de modelado elástico. Existe también una creciente tendencia de mejora de tiempo de ejecución y ahorro de memoria cuando se trabaja con modelos de tamaños más grandes con esta estrategia.

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Biografía del autor

Anderson Páez Chanagá, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Anderson Páez Chanagá. Anderson Paez received the B.E.E degree in 2009 from Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia. He is currently developing M.Sc. studies at the same University. As professional engineer, he has worked in Instrumentation, Electrical and Control disciplines in Oil&Gas, Cement, and Electric power generation industries for different companies as SNC Lavalin, TGI, Termozipa and others; he also has worked in academy at UIS and SENA. He is a member of the Connectivity and signal processing group (CPS) at UIS, and his current research interest fields are High Performance Computing applications, machine learning, seismic data processing.

Ana Beatriz Ramirez Silva, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Ana Beatriz Ramirez Silva. Ana B. Ramirez received the B.E.E degree from the Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia; and the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Delaware, USA. Her research interest fields are seismic signal processing, compressive sensing, and acoustic medical imaging. She is currently Full Time Professor of the Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering department at Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia

Ivan Javier Sánchez Galvis, Universidad Industrial de Santander

Ivan Javier Sánchez Galvis. Ivan Sanchez received the B.E.E degree in 2014 and the M.Sc. degree in 2017, both from Universidad Industrial de Santander, Colombia. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Engineering at the same University. His research interest fields are seismic signal processing, computational modeling, and machine learning. He is also currently a Lecturer of the Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering department at Universidad Industrial de Santander.

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Publicado
2020-12-31
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Páez Chanagá, A., Ramirez Silva, A., & Sánchez Galvis, I. (2020). Estrategias computacionales para la implementación de modelado elástico 2D sobre GPU. Entre Ciencia E Ingeniería, 14(28), 52-58. https://doi.org/10.31908/19098367.2016
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