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CUDA basics part 2

Introduction

Recently, I posted a basic introduction to CUDA C for programming GPUs, which showed how to do a vector addition. This illustrated some of the CUDA basic syntax, but it wasn’t a complex- enough example to bring to light some of the trickier issues to do with designing algorithms carefully to minimise data movement. 2,323 more words

Compiling Cuda dynamic parallelism with Qt creator

So recently I have been using dynamic parallelism with my cuda fluid simulation. Qt is my IDE of choice so ideally I needed it to be compiles with that. 549 more words

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CUDA basics part 1

Introduction

CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) is an extension of C/C++, developed by NVIDIA, the GPU manufacturer, for programming their devices. (There is also a… 2,561 more words

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GPUs... the jury is still out

GPUs are (were??) all the rage and unless you’ve been hiding under some stone in the last few years, you’ve heard all the stories of how they made inhumane computations humane. 877 more words

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nvidia-smi on MacOS

Writing CUDA code on Mac and missing your beloved nvidia-smi program terribly? Check cuda-smi, my simple utility program for almost the same purpose. It runs on Mac, of course. 64 more words

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