Fighting the software and hardware chaos
All CK components for AI and ML are now collected in one repository!
This project is hosted by the cTuning foundation (non-profit R&D organization).
This is a Collective Knowledge repository with the functionality to support portable, customizable, reusable and automated workflows. It lets users automatically detect the target platform with already installed software, data and models required for a given workflow using CK software detection plugins and install missing packages in a unified way. Multiple versions of code, data and models can now co-exist in a user or system environment similar to Python virtualenv.
- Open CK platform to publish and download stable CK components
- Documentation about portable CK workflows
- Reproducible program workflows
- Related CK publications
- See the list of contributors
Shared CK modules with actions
First install the CK framework as described here.
Then install this CK repository as follows:
$ ck pull repo:ck-env $ ck list soft $ ck list package
You can detect and register in the CK all the instances of GCC and LLVM as follows:
$ ck detect soft:compiler.gcc $ ck detect soft:compiler.llvm
You can now see multiple versions of the detected software registered in the CK as follows:
$ ck show env
You can then compile and run unified CK benchmarks shared by the community using any of the above compiler instances (GCC, LLVM, ICC ...) and their versions simply as follows:
$ ck pull repo:ck-autotuning $ ck pull repo:ctuning-programs $ ck compile program:cbench-automotive-susan --speed $ ck run program:cbench-automotive-susan
If you have Android NDK and SDK installed, CK can automatically detect it together with compiler versions (GCC, LLVM), register them and let you compile and run benchmarks on Android simply via:
$ ck compile program:cbench-automotive-susan --speed --target_os=android21-arm-v7a $ ck run program:cbench-automotive-susan --target_os=android21-arm-v7a
You can find further details about our customizable and cross-platform package/environment manager here.
Questions and comments
Please feel free to get in touch with the CK community if you have any questions, suggestions and comments!