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N-Body Simulation Using GP-GPU: Evaluating Host/Device Memory Transference Overhead

N-Body simulation algorithms are amongst the most commonly used within the field of scientific computing. Especially in computational astrophysics, they are used to simulate gravitational scenarios...
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Towards GPU-Accelerated Large-Scale Graph Processing in the Cloud

Recently, we have witnessed that cloud providers start to offer heterogeneous computing environments. There have been wide interests in both cluster and cloud of adopting graphics processors (GPUs)...
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Computer Tomography and Ultrasonography Image Registration Based on the Cooperation of GPU and CPU

Image registration is wildly used in the biomedical image, but there are too many textures and noises in the biomedical image to get a precise image registration. In order to get the excellent regi...
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Using Node.js Streams to Massage Data into the Format You Want | Javalobby

Using Node.js Streams to Massage Data into the Format You Want | Javalobby | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
Google provides some pretty cool flu data in CSV format, and I wanted to display that in a chart at Dash. However, the raw data isn't quite right for my...
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Analysis of Parallel Sorting Algorithms on Heterogeneous Processors with OpenCL

The heterogeneous computing platform with the tremendous raw capacity can be easily constructed with the availability of multi-core processors, high capacitive FPGAs and GPUs which can include any ...
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GPU-Based Image Segmentation Using Level Set Method With Scaling Approach

In recent years, with the development of graphics processors, graphics cards have been widely used to perform general-purpose calculations. Especially with release of CUDA C programming languages i...
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Altera Newsroom | Altera Announces Quad-Core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 for Stratix 10 SoCs

Altera Newsroom | Altera Announces Quad-Core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 for Stratix 10 SoCs | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
Altera Corporation, The Programmable Solutions Company, was founded in 1983 and is a leading supplier of programmable logic devices and associated logic development software tools.
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GPU-Mapping: Robotic Map Building with Graphical Multiprocessors

This paper provides a wide perspective of the potential applicability of Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) computing power in robotics, specifically in the well known problem of 2D robotic mapping....
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Victorien Ferry's curator insight, December 15, 2013 12:22 PM

Nowadays, Robotic technologies are doing more and more technological breakthroughs (by the way: google is buying robotics companies right now). General-Purpose GPU algorithms are, of course, not unconnected to this (robotics demand enormous computations, for image analysis, physic engine, database,...). One of the key problem is to change algorithms so computation can be parallelized.

Albert Freeman's curator insight, March 28, 2014 4:58 AM

Graphics Hardware is becoming very popular for general high performance computing and is quickly being adopted for a wide range of uses including highly advanced AI/robotics, pattern recognition, cryptography and physics simulation.

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A Locality-Aware Memory Hierarchy for Energy-Efficient GPU Architectures

As GPU's compute capabilities grow, their memory hierarchy increasingly becomes a bottleneck. Current GPU memory hierarchies use coarse-grained memory accesses to exploit spatial locality, maximize...
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Real-Time Stereo Matching using Adaptive Window based Disparity Refinement

In this paper, we propose a real-time stereo matching method based on adaptive window, aiming at the trade-off between accuracy and efficiency in current local stereo matching, Considering that the...
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Products using OpenCL on ARM MALI are coming - Blog - StreamComputing

Products using OpenCL on ARM MALI are coming - Blog - StreamComputing | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
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A Parallel Depth-aided Exemplar-based Inpainting for Real-time View Synthesis on GPU

Synthesizing new images from given image pair and their corresponding depth maps is an essential function for many 3D video applications. Exemplar-based inpainting methods have been proposed in rec...
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Reducing downtime with OpenCL… Ever thought of that? - Blog - StreamComputing

Reducing downtime with OpenCL… Ever thought of that? - Blog - StreamComputing | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
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Datalog for GPUs

Datalog is a language based on first order logic that was investigated as a data model for relational databases in the 1980s. It has recently been used in various new application areas, prompting p...
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Adjoint Algorithmic Differentiation of a GPU Accelerated Application

We consider a GPU accelerated program using Monte Carlo simulation to price a basket call option on 10 FX rates driven by a 10 factor local volatility model. We develop an adjoint version of this p...
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An Evolutionary Approach to Parallel Computing Using GPU

A few years, the programmable graphics processor unit has evolved into an absolute High performance computing. Simple data-parallel constructs, enabling the use of the GPU as a streaming coprocesso...
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ARM Announces Complete Suite of Graphics Processing… - ARM

ARM Announces Complete Suite of Graphics Processing… - ARM | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
ARM Announces Complete Suite of Graphics Processing Technology
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Graphics and Compute Development on Samsung Chromebook « Mali Developer Center

Graphics and Compute Development on Samsung Chromebook « Mali Developer Center | opencl, opengl, webcl, webgl | Scoop.it
This is a guide for building a bootable SD card to run Linux on the Samsung Chromebook XE303C12 as an alternative operating system to ChromeOS. The guide assumes some Linux experience as a user and programmer.
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Computing finite models using free Boolean generators

A parallel method for computing Boolean expressions based on the properties of finite free Boolean algebras is presented. We also show how various finite combinatorial objects can be codded in the ...
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High-performance Dynamic Programming on FPGAs with OpenCL

Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) provide reconfigurable computing fabrics that can be tailored to a wide range of time and power sensitive applications. Traditionally, programming FPGAs requi...
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Hybrid Parallel Light-Weight Programming of Hybrid Systems

The advent of homogeneous many-core processors has been widely noticed as a major shift in the architecture of commodity computer systems. It has influenced the design of operating systems and prog...
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A Datalog Engine for GPUs

We present the design and evaluation of a Datalog engine for execution in Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). The engine evaluates recursive and non-recursive Datalog queries using a bottom-up approa...
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