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“…There are also several automatic mixedprecision exploration tools (Graillat et al, 2016;Lam et al, 2012) that have been mainly tested on small benchmarks, usually C++ codes. These kinds of studies inspired Earth science groups working with ESMs that are willing to improve their computational performance to make bigger and more ambitious experiments possible (Váňa et al, 2017;Düben et al, 2014Thornes, 2016). Inspired by previous work, we propose a method that automatically explores the precision required for the real variables used in state-of-the-art ESMs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are also several automatic mixedprecision exploration tools (Graillat et al, 2016;Lam et al, 2012) that have been mainly tested on small benchmarks, usually C++ codes. These kinds of studies inspired Earth science groups working with ESMs that are willing to improve their computational performance to make bigger and more ambitious experiments possible (Váňa et al, 2017;Düben et al, 2014Thornes, 2016). Inspired by previous work, we propose a method that automatically explores the precision required for the real variables used in state-of-the-art ESMs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All components have, to varying degrees, benefited from refactoring of algorithms and implementations to reduce memory and load-imbalance. Dennis and Loft (2011) describes a number of common non-scalable software characteristics which were addressed by refactoring. A single application level parallel I/O (PIO) library is used by all CESM components (Dennis et al, 2011b; PIOUG, ????).…”
Section: Software System Architecturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the context of machine learning for climate modelling applications, the following questions are still not well understood (Dueben and Bauer, 2018):…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%