This is the Linux app named CUTLASS whose latest release can be downloaded as CUTLASS2.11.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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CUTLASS is a collection of CUDA C++ template abstractions for implementing high-performance matrix-multiplication (GEMM) and related computations at all levels and scales within CUDA. It incorporates strategies for hierarchical decomposition and data movement similar to those used to implement cuBLAS and cuDNN. CUTLASS decomposes these "moving parts" into reusable, modular software components abstracted by C++ template classes. These thread-wide, warp-wide, block-wide, and device-wide primitives can be specialized and tuned via custom tiling sizes, data types, and other algorithmic policy. The resulting flexibility simplifies their use as building blocks within custom kernels and applications. To support a wide variety of applications, CUTLASS provides extensive support for mixed-precision computations, providing specialized data-movement and multiply-accumulate abstractions for half-precision floating point (FP16), BFloat16 (BF16), Tensor Float 32 (TF32), etc.
- CUTLASS implements high-performance Convolution via the implicit GEMM algorithm
- Implicit GEMM is the formulation of a convolution operation as a GEMM thereby taking advantage of CUTLASS's modular GEMM pipeline
- Build convolutions by reusing highly optimized warp-wide GEMM components and below
- First layer Convolution kernels specialized for small channel counts and reduced alignment
- BLAS3 operators accelerated by Tensor Cores
- Optimal performance using CUDA 11.7
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