C++ Logging Module Designed for Research : rlog

screenshot shows a demonstration of the logs generated through rlog CHECK OUT ON GITHUB Why Should Researchers use C++ Logging? Most research and development occur in a haphazard manner and not investing time early on to adopt good development practices can increase the difficulty in extending research projects. Having a good C++ logging framework can … Continue reading C++ Logging Module Designed for Research : rlog

Why Researchers Should Use C++ Unit Testing

In this post, I will explain how to use GTest (Google C++ Testing Framework) configured with CMake to handle C++ unit testing. Unit testing ensures you the correctness of your code especially when you modify it to incorporate optimizations / special conditions.Purpose Statement Often in academia and research, people tend to think that investing time … Continue reading Why Researchers Should Use C++ Unit Testing

Hacking DNN Architectures in Cloud Environments

Deep Neural Networks (DNN) are increasingly being deployed in commercial cloud environments. However, in shared environments your intellectual property might not be safe as you once thought. In fact, you might just have allowed your competitor to reverse engineer your architecture. In this post, I will explain how an adversary can use the cache hierarchy … Continue reading Hacking DNN Architectures in Cloud Environments

Building an AM Frequency Morse Code Transmitter

This is one of the posts to which I could not assign a category on my website due to the fact that I've sticked to posting application layer posts and all other posts are categorized as personal. Recently, I was a teaching assistant for Fundamentals of Electronics which had around 70 students. The course covered … Continue reading Building an AM Frequency Morse Code Transmitter

Globus: An ESB for Supercomputers

Recently, a system administrator complained to me about an issue with Globus: a platform used by the academia to transfer research data efficiently, securely and reliably. Globus is not an online storage but it acts as a mediator between storage systems. Neverthless, Globus seems to solve a widespread problem in academia. Enterprise Service Buses (ESB) … Continue reading Globus: An ESB for Supercomputers

IWOCL 19: Let’s Teach are Computers to Program

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Recently I had the privilege of joining the organizing committee of International Workshop on OpenCL (IWOCL) 2019, as a volunteer. The workshop was three days; However, I was excited to attend a conference held in conjunction with IWOCL which was DHPCC++ (Distributed & Heterogeneous Programming in C/C++). IWOCL: The Push Towards Heterogeneous Programming The end … Continue reading IWOCL 19: Let’s Teach are Computers to Program

Compilation and Linking Cuda with C

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Managing complexity and modularity becomes important as your project scope increases. Therefore, separate compilation and linking Cuda with C is a must have. Learn how you could compile your Cuda code separately and link with your C object code. Example Files As an example, we will look at a stencil computation (nearest neighbor computation). Let's … Continue reading Compilation and Linking Cuda with C