DiHydrogen

Naoya Maruyama, Brian Essen, Nikoli Dryden, Thomas Benson, Timothy Moon & Yosuke Oyama
DiHydrogen is the second version of the Hydrogen fork of the well-known distributed linear algebra library, Elemental. DiHydrogen is a GPU-accelerated distributed multilinear algebra interface with a particular emphasis on the needs of the scalable distributed deep learning training and inference. DiHydrogen is part of the Livermore Big Artificial Neural Network (LBANN) software stack.
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