Machine Learning and Manycore Systems Design: A Serendipitous Symbiosis

11/30/2017
by   Ryan Gary Kim, et al.
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Tight collaboration between experts of machine learning and manycore system design is necessary to create a data-driven manycore design framework that integrates both learning and expert knowledge. Such a framework will be necessary to address the rising complexity of designing large-scale manycore systems and machine learning techniques.

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