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Events on December 4, 2019

Visualization Seminar

Steve Petruzza Presents:

Spatially-aware Parallel I/O for Particle Data

December 4, 2019 at 12:00pm for 1hr
Evans Conference Room, WEB 3780
Warnock Engineering Building, 3rd floor.

Abstract:

Particle data are used across a diverse set of large scale simula- tions, for example, in cosmology, molecular dynamics and com- bustion. At scale these applications generate tremendous amounts of data, which is often saved in an unstructured format that does not preserve spatial locality; resulting in poor read performance for post-processing analysis and visualization tasks, which typi- cally make spatial queries. In this work, we explore some of the challenges of large scale particle data management, and introduce new techniques to perform scalable, spatially-aware write and read operations. We propose an adaptive aggregation technique to im- prove the performance of data aggregation, for both uniform and non-uniform particle distributions. Furthermore, we enable efficient read operations by employing a level of detail re-ordering and a multi-resolution layout. Finally, we demonstrate the scalability of our techniques with experiments on large scale simulation work- loads up to 256K cores on two different leadership supercomputers, Mira and Theta.

Posted by: Steve Petruzza