MultiK: A Framework for Orchestrating Multiple Specialized Kernels.
The Preprint version can be found here: arXiv:1903.06889. We are working on a revision of this paper.
TL;DR: We propose a kernel mechanism that enables each application to have a
copy of the kernel
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specialized kernels to be run in parallel on a single machine. We call this