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keynotes [2019/09/26 07:32]
nakano [GraphGolf Keynote]
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nakano [PDAA Keynote]
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 ====== PDAA Keynote ====== ====== PDAA Keynote ======
 +  * Chair: Sayaka Kamei    (Hiroshima University)
   * Speaker: Shlomi Dolev (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)   * Speaker: Shlomi Dolev (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
   * Abstract: The multi-core technology is a limited answer to the difficulty in continuing Moore'​s law using a single core. The change is dramatic, and there is a need to redesign systems to utilize parallel and distributed capabilities from the level of the microprocessor,​ instead of merely speeding up the frequency and using the same algorithms as has been done for decades. As a side note, recall, that some tasks are sequential in nature, and so cannot be sped up via the use of several cores. New computing technologies implies new opportunities for using parallel and distributed algorithms. The talk will overview several technologies that can and are influencing the computing capabilities. Examples for algorithms designed for optical computing devices, for quantum computing and for cloud and swarm computing will be described.   * Abstract: The multi-core technology is a limited answer to the difficulty in continuing Moore'​s law using a single core. The change is dramatic, and there is a need to redesign systems to utilize parallel and distributed capabilities from the level of the microprocessor,​ instead of merely speeding up the frequency and using the same algorithms as has been done for decades. As a side note, recall, that some tasks are sequential in nature, and so cannot be sped up via the use of several cores. New computing technologies implies new opportunities for using parallel and distributed algorithms. The talk will overview several technologies that can and are influencing the computing capabilities. Examples for algorithms designed for optical computing devices, for quantum computing and for cloud and swarm computing will be described.