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Official mlcommons inference results for Round 1.1 was released on September 22. The official results are in the form of spreadsheets. So this task is to generate the best summary report for mlcommons results.

### Just some background

Mlcommons inference submission is like the Olympics for AI hardware/software vendors where by they demonstrate their performance in a peer reviewed manner.

### Submission Divisions

• Closed (More restrictions and guidelines to be followed and provides an opportunity for hardware comparisons)
• Open (More relaxed and aimed at showcasing specific hardware/software optimizations)
• Both the above are possible with and without power measurement

### Submission Categories

• Datacenter (Offline (throughput) and server (load handling when input arrives in a Poisson distribution fashion) scenarios compulsory for closed division)
• Edge (Offline and Singlestream (average latency for a single query) compulsory for closed division)

For this task we will focus ONLY on Closed division.

• Metric to be considered: “Samples/s” (Singlestream Latency need not be considered)

### Benchmarks

1. ResNet
2. SSD-small (Edge only)
3. SSD-Large
4. 3D-UNet
5. RNN-T
6. BERT-99
7. BERT-99.9 (Datacenter only)
8. DLRM-99 (Datacenter only)
9. DLRM-99.9 (Datacenter only)

So, 6 benchmarks in total for edge and 8 benchmarks in total for datacenter.

So, we’ll have the following comparisons (44 in total) for Samples/s

1. Datacenter Offline with Power * 8
2. Datacenter Server with Power * 8
3. Edge Offline with Power * 6
4. Datacenter Offline without Power * 8
5. Datacenter Server without Power * 8
6. Edge Offline without Power * 6

### Additional Metrics to be Considered

1. Performance per Watt (only under Closed-Power and so 22 comparisons in total)
2. Server/Offline Ratio (8 with power and 8 without power)

Hence in total we’ll have 44 + 22 + 16 = 82 comparisons for Version 1.1

### Historical Best

For this we need to consider results of all the 4 rounds which have happened so far (0.5, 0.7, 1.0 and 1.1) and consider the data together. Some scenario might have changed across the rounds – Server scenario not in v0.5 for example) and can be ignored. So, this will also produce 82 comparisons as like for Version 1.1. Thus in total we’ll have 164 comparisons.

### Some constraints for the comparisons

• For a given Accelerator, we consider only the best score (whichever row gives the maximum metric value which can change as per the “metric” used for comparison) and ignore all other results using the same accelerator
• For each comparison graph, we need to compare the (up to) top 10 values (top 10 accelerators) with the X-axis showing just the accelerator name (like NVIDIA A100-PCIE-40GB) but also linking to the submission ID like “1.1-006” (can be in an additional table) so that other submission details can be looked at

### Presentation of Results

1. The results must be presented ordered by benchmark and then by category then by “with/without” power. For example, for Reset we will do as follows:
1. Offline Samples/s for Datacenter w Power
2. Performance per Watt for Datacenter Offline
3. Server Samples/s for Datacenter w Power
4. Performance per Watt for Datacenter Server
5. Server/Offline for Datacenter w Power
6. Offline Samples/s for Datacenter without Power
7. Server Samples/s for Datacenter without Power
8. Server/Offline for Datacenter without Power
9. Offline Samples/s for Edge w Power
10. Performance per Watt for Edge Offline
11. Offline Samples/s for Edge without Power
2. The results can be presented either in HTML form or PDF
3. Scripts to produce the results –  please make them available in Github and email your results including the Github link with README to reproduce the results, to “[email protected] dot com”

### Evaluation

1. Presentation of results will have high consideration for contest evaluation
2. Automation is the key – if you try to do this task manually you are more likely to fail
3. Unfortunately there’ll be only one winner but this task will make you learn a lot. And the winner will get Rs. 15000 cash prize from GATE Overflow. If equally good submissions are made prize money will be shared.
4. Any clarification regarding the contest – please comment under this blog
5. Deadline for submission: 9:00 pm IST, October 3

### Mlcommons v1.1 Submission Results can be viewed at the following links (use the dropdown for Other rounds)

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We are happy to announce that GO Classes (formed by GATE Overflow senior members Sachin Mittal and Deepak Poonia), in collaboration with GATE Overflow, is launching GATE 2022 Complete Course. Yes, no more complaints that there is “no personal” attention in GATE Overflow for GATE aspirants.

## Course Details:

• Live Lectures: All the classes will be live interactive classes, where you can learn, interact with faculty, ask your doubts live.

• Commencement of classes: Classes will start from 26th July 2021. Classes Schedule will be shared in advance.

• Class Timings: There will be two classes of 2 hours each, everyday of the week except Wednesday.

• First class will be in the morning, from 7:30AM to 9:30AM.

• Second will be in the evening, from 7PM to 9PM.

• Recordings of lectures: ALL the live lectures will be recorded as well and can be watched anytime after the live class.

• Course Duration: From 26th July to 15th December.

First Subject that will be taught is Discrete Mathematics. It will start on 26th July 2021.

Discrete Mathematics and C-Language subject classes are FREE for all.

## Course Features:

• Interactive Classes: All the classes will be live interactive classes.

• Live Doubt Discussion: After every class, we will have live interactive doubt discussion.

• Homeworks: For EVERY lecture, on the same day, Homework will be provided. This homework will contain several questions, covering all the topics/concepts of the respective lecture. Solutions to the homework will be provided the next day.

• Weekly Quizzes: Every Week, on the Off day, we will have a Quiz for the ongoing subject. It will help you evaluate your preparation and learning.

• We will make following Standard Books Easy. Our lecture notes, homeworks, practice sets etc will be based on standard books and resources. Everything will be taught from basics, with many examples to understand the concept clearly.

• No Prerequisites: Every subject will be taught from basics without assuming any prior knowledge whatsoever.

• Video Solutions: For complicated/important/tricky previous years GATE/TIFR questions, we will provide detailed video solutions.

• Quality Practice Sets: For every subject, Quality practice sets will be provided. These practice sets will have questions created by our expert faculty team and from standard resources.

• FREE Access to Post-GATE IIT/IISc/PSU Interview Prep Course: After the GATE exam, we will launch Interview Preparation Course to crack interviews of IIT/IISc/PSUs. GO Classes enrolled students will get this course for free.

• NO Rote Learning: Learning concepts by knowing the Idea/Proof behind them improves one’s analytical skills which is crucial for analytical exam like GATE. We teach concepts in a quality manner with Proof-Idea-Intuition. We will make proofs easy to understand by taking several examples to explain.

• Crack other competitive exams: Our students will also be able to crack other competitive exams like TIFR/NET/ISRO/NIELIT/BARC etc easily.

• Monthly preparation guidance session: We will have a preparation discussion/guidance session with our students every month, where students can discuss about their progress, queries etc. We will have previous GATE toppers as guest in these sessions, so that students can learn from their experience.

• Doubt discussion other than in the live class: Students can ask their doubts on any of the following platforms : GO Classes mail, GATE Overflow website,  GO Classes Whatsapp group for enrolled students, GATE Overflow Telegram group, GO Classes website.

• Everything under one roof: Lectures, Homeworks, Quizzes, Practice Sets, Doubt discussion, Query resolution, Lecture Notes, Video Solutions of GATE PYQ, Test Series etc, Everything required for a perfect GATE preparation is available at single place.

## Course Fee:

Fee for Complete GATE 2022 Course is 12,000/- Only.

## Faculty Team:

Sachin Mittal: Sachin is MTech graduate from Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore. He had worked at Amazon as Applied Scientist, before quitting his job to pursue his interest of teaching students for GATE Computer Science. Sachin has previously taught in Ace Engineering Academy. Sachin had an All India Rank 33 in GATE 2017.

Deepak Poonia: Deepak is MTech graduate from Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore. He has taught many students for GATE Computer Science exam in Ace Engineering Academy, Gateforum etc. Deepak has secured top rank in GATE exam multiple times, an All India Rank 67 in GATE 2018,  All India Rank 53 in GATE 2020.

Mentored By:

GO Classes is Mentored by Dr. Arjun Suresh (Founder GATE Overflow, Postdoc The Ohio State University, Ph.D. INRIA France, ME IISc Bangalore).

How to Enroll :

NOTE : On 26th July, From 7PM to 9PM we have Orientation Class. Anyone who is interested in this course MUST attend this Orientation Class. We will discuss ALL about this course, faculties etc and resolve all your doubts/queries regarding the course. Sign Up on above website to get access to Orientation Class and other courses.

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This is the last week to do direct order of GO Hardcopy. All details are available at below link. After that book will be available only on Amazon (already available on Amazon but shipping date is after July 10)

https://gateoverflow.in/blog/13236/gate-overflow-for-gate-cse-2022-edition-3

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Some GATE Overflow contributors who are also GATE toppers (in top 100) have expressed interest in taking live classes for GATE CSE aspirants. This form is to collect the expression of interest of GATE aspirants for it.

https://forms.gle/rRgX9ZMZNDBywiyB7

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We are having a Telegram group for GATE CSE 2022 preparation as per the GO Schedule. Group is open to all but with strict guidelines as given below. Spammers will get instant ban.

## Posting guidelines for GATE Overflow Telegram group for GATE CSE 2022

1. Posting of doubts only as per GO schedule, you can post from any subject which is past in the schedule but not from future.
2. No coaching queries except for links already on GO site - you really don't need them.
3. All the subject resources are shared on classroom.gateoverflow.in under respective subject pages - you need to self enroll for each subject course
4. Previous year questions - GO link or GO PDF image -- all questions are already answered there including discussion.
5. Self doubts allowed -- but only if it's a "self doubt" (no questions from unknown source being posted as self doubts)
6. Images from standard books or videos are allowed
7. If a question/doubt has been answered by someone, don't answer it again unless you have something more to add.
8. Private messaging is strictly discouraged unless with prior approval of the person.

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We have recommended videos for GATE CSE under the below link as well as GO classroom. Those who followed it for GATE CSE 2021 or following for GATE CSE 2022 please fill in your feedback/requirements in this form.

https://gatecse.in/best-video-lectures-for-gate-cse/

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Hello Everyone....!!

Here is the most awaited post of GATE Overflow TEST SERIES for GATE CSE 2022.

You can see the complete details of the Test Series in the below link....!! If you have any doubts please drop a comment to this post..!!

## Schedule of Tests

### Features of the Test Series

1. All questions formed and verified by GATE Overflow team
2. Emphasis on coverage of all question types in GATE
3. Both technical as well as grammatical errors are proofread before test creation
4. Tests can be taken any time from the creation date
5. Detailed solution will be provided for all the test questions with option for commenting doubts
6. Questions will be on GATE Overflow site and visible only to those who have taken tests
7. Any change in answer key will be updated immediately and notified to all takers
8. Any wrongly answered question will be automatically added to “Wrongly Attempted” Question list which you can view anytime for revision
9. Tests consists of three types
1. 22 Subject wise tests which includes 20 two-marks and 10 one-marks questions for 50 marks and 90 minutes
2. 4 Mix-subjects tests which will include questions from multiple subjects and same marking scheme as subject wise tests
3. 6 full length mock tests in the exact format as actual GATE (65 questions, 100 marks, 180 minutes)
10. Test Interface can be tried here (Tests by Mentors and Previous year papers are available for GATE, UGCNET etc. which can be taken freely by any user)

## Click here for Schedule of GATE Overflow Test Series for GATECSE 2022

### You should login and if you do not have a GO account you can just register for free. GO contributors are given discount for test series access like follow

Payment Option Coming on May 30

### Discounts for GO contributors

• All editors on GO site can get test series access for $₹ 10$
• All GO users having $5000+$ user points on GO site as of May 1, 2021 also get test series access for $₹ 10$
• If you have any bonus points (which are given for good behaviour) same will be reduced from your test series amount up until the last $10$ – that is, if you have $1000$ bonus points, test access will be given for $₹ 10$
• GATE 2021 test series subscribers can get test access for $₹ 399$
• Those who preordered GATE Overflow book for GATE CSE 2022 can get a $10\%$ discount if their purchase email matches the one on their GO account

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## The schedule followed by GATE Overflow for GATECSE 2022

GATE Overflow Test Series for GATE 2022

Schedule of Tests

1. It is not the only good schedule possible but is one schedule where subject dependencies are met
2. Schedule organized into 4 modules:
1. First 6 weeks covering aptitude and discrete mathematics fundamentals – most important
2. Next 6 weeks covering a bit of hardware, programming and computer architecture – builds a good system level knowledge
3. Next 6 weeks covering more theoretical subjects, probability and OS – building the base of Intelligent Systems
4. Final 6 weeks to finish DBMS, Operating Systems, Computer Networks and Compiler Design
3. This schedule is tied to GATE Overflow Test series – subject tests will be added as per the schedule
4. Preparation materials including reference links are provided on GO classroom (free for everyone) as per the schedule – to access GO classroom just create a new account on the home page of it and subscribe manually to each course
5. Even if you are joining late, you can adjust your schedule accordingly - most assignments in GO classroom will allow late submissions and this schedule will be over by November end.
6. Extra points to be followed will be updated here.
7. GATE CSE Subject page should be used for the subject resources (will be updated as per schedule) and GO classroom has assignments in extra.

## June 7-13

Quantitative Aptitude: Ratios, speed­-time, directions, work­-time, clock, other numericals, deriving conclusion from graphs, pie/bar charts, sequence and series etc.

## June 14-20

Discrete Mathematics: Set Theory & Algebra: Sets; Relations; Functions; Mathematical Logic: Propositional Logic; First Order Logic.

## June 21-27

Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics; Counting; generating functions;

## June 28-July 4

Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics;  recurrence relations.

Discrete Mathematics: Set Theory & Algebra: Groups; Partial Orders; Lattice.

## July 12-18

Digital Logic: Boolean algebra. Combinational circuits. Minimization. Number representations and computer arithmetic (fixed and floating point), Sequential circuits.

## July 19 - July 25

Programming and Data Structures: Programming in C. Recursion.

## July 26 – August 1

Computer Organization and Architecture: Machine instructions and addressing modes, ALU, data‐path and control unit, Instruction pipelining, Memory hierarchy: Cache and main memory, Secondary storage, I/O interface (Interrupt and DMA mode).

## August 2-8

Programming and Data Structures: Arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, binary search trees, binary heaps, graphs.

## August 9-15

Algorithms: Asymptotic worst case time and space complexity. Searching, sorting, hashing. Algorithm design techniques: greedy, dynamic programming and divide‐and‐conquer.

No exam

## August 30 - September 5

Algorithms: Graph search, minimum spanning trees, shortest paths.

## September 13-19

Probability: Random variables. Uniform, normal, exponential, poisson and binomial distributions. Mean, median, mode and standard deviation. Conditional probability and Bayes theorem.

## September 20-26

Theory of Computation: Regular expressions and finite automata. Context-free grammars and push-down automata. Regular and context-free languages, pumping lemma. Turing machines and undecidability.

## September 27 – October 3

Databases: ER‐model. Relational model: relational algebra, tuple calculus, SQL. Integrity constraints, normal forms. File organization, indexing (e.g., B and B+ trees). Transactions and concurrency control.

Revision, Rest

## October 11-17

Numerical Ability: Analytical Aptitude: Logic: deduction and induction, Analogy, Numerical relations and reasoning
Spatial Aptitude: Transformation of shapes: translation, rotation, scaling, mirroring, assembling, and grouping, Paper folding, cutting, and patterns in 2 and 3 dimensions

## November 1-7

Operating System: Memory management and virtual memory, File systems.

## November 8-14

Linear Algebra: Matrices, determinants, systems of linear equations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors, LU decomposition.

## November 22-28

Compiler Design: Lexical analysis, parsing, syntax-directed translation. Runtime environments. Intermediate code generation. Local optimisation, Data flow analyses: constant propagation, liveness analysis, common subexpression elimination.

Calculus: Limits, continuity and differentiability. Maxima and minima. Mean value theorem. Integration.

## November 29 – December 5

Calculus: Limits, continuity and differentiability. Maxima and minima. Mean value theorem. Integration.

## December/January

• Full length mock tests
• Time management and reducing careless mistakes must be done
• Closed book revision is important

## Mock Test 6 : January 23

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Instead of preparing themselves for M.Tech courses at IITs some of those who got good rank in GATE have been seen promoting their stuffs and even sharing referrals to coaching institutes. For any serious candidate preparing for GATE all information should be available in the GO blogs given below and many aspirants have even shared their full preparation experiences. Still many will be looking for “spoon feeding” and if you want to help them you can do at your own place – not here. By sharing your notes if you believe you are helping aspirants – 99% you are not.

https://gateoverflow.in/blogs

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Booking for GATE Overflow Book for GATE CSE 2022 is now open. This is the third edition of this book updated with GATE 2020 and 2021 questions. Details of last edition on Amazon (now out of stock) can be seen here.

Book is now available exclusively on Amazon

1. Softcopies are available at http://book.gateoverflow.in — same as the hardcopy including answers for all questions – all 3 volumes together will be ~2000 pages.
• As before the hardcopy will be having all GATE CSE questions since 1987 answered with some of them having multiple answers (best answer selected on GO + Useful answer marked by admins)
• Only out of syllabus questions from previous year GATE are omitted
• Descriptive, fill in the blanks and multiple select answer type questions from old GATE papers are included
• 12*8 = 96 sets of previous year Aptitude questions are included from all the branches, not just CSE

More details and previous version history can be seen at: https://gatecse.in/gate-overflow-book-qa-only-previous-gate-tifr/

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You can now add subject filtering in Pragy’s App to view your marks excluding any set of subjects and also see the set and normalized ranks with the selected filter. This way you can identify the subjects where you performed the best and not so the best. Try it now…

Suggestions welcome...

https://gateoverflow.in/mymarks/index.php

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Hello EveryOne...!! We would like to use your comments as a Testimonial to help future GATE Aspirants, that they can benefit from preparing with GATE. Please add a Testimonial under the Testimonials category and the 2021 subcategory.

https://gateoverflow.in/blog/new

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Rank estimates have been adjusted to reduce the pulse rate of aspirants as official results have not come yet.

This should be pretty accurate unless you get +- marks due to answer key change.

Estimate GATE 2021 Rank - See How Others Performed

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Duolingo: Quick, Easy, and Free Way to Learn A Language.

No test centers. No appointments. You can take the Duolingo English Test online.

This English test has similar sections like IELTS. The four sections on the basis of which a candidate’s proficiency is tested are

Listening

Writing

Speaking

Accepted by many universities across the globe.

These days many are opting for Duolingo English tests for Canada.

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1. https://gateoverflow.in/357468/gate-cse-2021-set-1-ga-question-9 – Must be debated, C;D should be given marks. Probability of success 70%. Ambiguity can be seen in different answers here. Also as per the interpretation of the options used for the answer key if either A or B option was true, then C will also be true. So, it is natural for anyone to interpret C option in a different way. Similar question from GATE EC 2021 having a different answer: https://ec.gateoverflow.in/1617/gate-ec-2021-ga-question-6
2. https://gateoverflow.in/357422/gate-cse-2021-set-1-question-29 – Typo. Can be debated but ideally no change should happen (will adversely affect those who got this correct) and expected
3. https://gateoverflow.in/357496/gate-cse-2021-set-2-question-44 – Ambiguous. A;D and B;C must be given marks. Probability of success 50%. Explanation here
4. https://gateoverflow.in/357537/gate-cse-2021-set-2-question-3 – Ambiguous as the rule is violating C grammar and hence should be checked in syntax analysis phase. But the issue here is typedef needs to handled before this and this needs the power outside of CFG. The ambiguity here is whether syntax-analysis does this typedef check with limited CSG power or does syntax check gets pushed to semantic phase. Both are possible in practical implementation and so both should be given marks. More details. Probability of success 30%. (compiler people are hard to convince)
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Those who are interested in coding - we have a extension work for Pragy's app which will be run as a contest. The requirement is given in below link- it is given as a Github project so that those who are not familiar with it can get used to it. The work as such is very simple - addition of a HTML select button and the best submission (to be given as a pull request and an image showing the look). The image getting the maximum likes here will be chosen and will get a reward of Rs 2000.

https://github.com/GAT.../GATE-Marks-Evaluator/discussions/3

is for evaluating the downloaded response sheet offline - using either PHP or Python. Any tool which is available on Ubuntu can also be used for this. The best working pull request will get a Rs 5000 cash prize from GO. Details are given in the below discussion URL.

https://github.com/GATEOverflow/GATE-Marks-Evaluator/discussions/4

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Pragys app now live for $\text{GATE CSE 2021},$ for set$1$ and set$2$.

Everyone can check the marks and ranks here: https://gateoverflow.in/gate-cse-rank-predictor/

This time two sessions held, so normalization can play a crucial role.

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Hello Everyone...!! Mock Test 5 of GO Test Series 2021 will be live from tomorrow morning 6am until Wednesday evening 11:59pm for ranking purpose. Questions and answer keys will remain the same until Wednesday midnight and any wrong answer key will be Marks to All like in actual GATE.

All the best Guyss..!!

Take Exam

A test (no result being saved) for experiencing 1 and 2 marks being jumbled for the first time in GATE 2021: https://gateoverflow.in/exam/126/test-by-ruturaj-mock-1

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There have been a lot of queries about GO book for GATE which was last made for GATE 2019. It'll be made for GATE 2021 and here is the expected schedule.

1. March 20: Pre-booking starts
2. May 20: Book starts shipping for those who preordered
3. June 1: Softcopy will be made available at http://book.gateoverflow.in -- same as the hardcopy
4. June 5: Book will be available from Amazon

Compared to the previous book, new one will have

1. Questions from GATE 2020 and 21
2. Fixes in answers and other typos
4. Classification of questions as per the new syllabus
5. Paper and printing quality remains the same as last one - Matte finish Art paper will be used which makes it look good and easier to use for a long time
6. Soft copy being available you can also print the book as you like
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Just wanted to give some information on the GO Test series. Though about 200 people have registered for the tests, there have been less than 30 taken on average for tests. This shows that most of you are either postponing the tests or ignoring the subject tests.

1. Actually the questions in subject tests are made to ensure no topic or question type is left out
2. We have tried to include maximum twists in these questions so that it becomes easy in actual GATE
3. Dont get demotivated by the marks – even 30% is good enough as long as you are understanding the mistakes and on second attempt you can score 90% or more
4. Some people are scoring 80% or more in these tests and I hope them to make a top 30 rank in GATE.
5. So if you are postponing the takes the distance between you and the toppers are just increasing

From now onwards the tests will be live on every Mondays. There have been very good debates and hoping for healthy discussions to continue. Questions won’t be getting easier at least until the full length mock tests – where we shall try to simulate the actual GATE.